There are many times throughout your life someone may run a background check on you, like when you apply for a loan, job, or even to rent an apartment or home. We help clients with privacy invasion and inaccurate information in their background check.
For businesses, there are specific concerns about how to follow legal procedures when checking someone’s background and what actions you might take based on the background check results. Background check law can turn into complex legal issues for tenancy or employment law.
Background Check Lawyers in Arkansas
Background check law can involve many other kinds of law by its nature, such as employment law, real estate law, or even credit law. Screening applicants can have different legal ramifications that many employers and property owners do not fully understand. Other times, individuals are denied something based on an inaccurate or incorrect background check or their privacy was invaded without their permission.
We work with clients to help them navigate background checks and ensure privacy. Our lawyers are ready to help both businesses and individuals concerned about background checks. Contact us to find out how.
Whistleblower Attorneys in Arkansas
There are many federal and state laws that encourage employees of fraudulent companies to come forward and report to the authorities. Many of these laws also ensure that whistleblowers will be protected from retaliation. Individuals who help authorities successfully recover money from fraudulent companies are often awarded part of the recovered funds.
If you believe that someone or a company, such as a defense contractor, Medicaid or Medicare biller, or researcher, has defrauded others or the government, our attorneys might be able to help. Contact us to find out how.
Are you a business, employee, property owner, or tenant?
We serve clients who need help with background history checks, whether you’re doing a background check on someone or have concerns about someone violating your privacy or incorrect information on your background check. We also help employees who feel a moral obligation to whistleblow because of illegal or unsafe policies in the workplace.
- Background History Checks
- Employment Application
- Inaccurate, Incorrect or Outdated or Obsolete Information
- Insurance Coverage
- Tenant, Apartment Rental
- Unauthorized Use (privacy invasion)
- Insurance Screening
- Tenant Screening
- Mortgage / Real Estate
- Whistleblower Lawsuits
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