Posts tagged Devon Gray
When States’ Rights Collide with Federal Law – Part 2

Season 3, Episode 20 – This is Part Two of the discussion about how the Federal and State governments see, interpret, and enforce our laws for the protection of workers, business owners, and our civil liberties and rights. Sound complex? It’s a topic that’s often in regional and national news, and recent court cases make for great examples in this lively discussion. Listen in, to this, the second of two-parts podcast, as JDSA attorney Devon Gray further explains how the Federal and State governments can differ in areas of workers’ rights and discrimination in When States’ Rights Collide with Federal Law - Part 2.

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AdminLitigation, Devon Gray
When States’ Rights Collide with Federal Law – Part 1

Season 3, Episode 19 – The Federal government says one thing, and then the State government says something different. You may hear this story in the news quite often, but what does it really mean for you - as a business owner, a consumer, a person? And why do the Federal and State governments differ so often? In this first of two-parts podcast filled with interesting court case examples, that make both the regional and national news, JDSA attorney Devon Gray explains how the Federal and State governments can differ in areas of workers’ rights and discrimination in When States’ Rights Collide with Federal Law - Part 1.

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AdminLitigation, Devon Gray
Debt Collection – What's Legal?

Season 2, Episode 18 – You’ve just received a call from a debt collector. What is the first thing you do? Do you hang up and block the number? Or do you ask for identification? Should you immediately negotiate a repayment plan? Or should you ask for proof of the debt owed? What are your rights? What are the debt collector’s rights? It’s important to know what to do, and what not to do if you get a call - or a letter - claiming you owe someone money. In this podcast episode, JDSA Attorney Devon Gray talks about Debt Collection - What’s Legal, And What’s Not.

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