October 21, 2014

Is It Legal To Require A Statement of Faith from Employees?

Religious liberties in the business world have become a prominent topic in the last few years thanks to Hobby Lobby and their bold stand to protect […]
October 14, 2014

What Is a Public Benefit Corporation?

Small businesses avoid the red, and staying in the black needn’t be confused with accepting charity handouts. An effective attorney can explain such public benefit corporations through excellent, […]
October 7, 2014

Another FedEx Contractor Ruling: What SMBs Need to Know

A new ruling from the Kansas Supreme Court has highlighted similar federal appellate court rulings concerning employee statuses. The case regards FedEx’s employee statuses. Both small […]
October 1, 2014

Can Fast Food Workers Be Required to Sign Non-Compete Agreements?

Recently a fast food company made the national news for having some of its employees, mostly hourly workers, sign non-compete agreements. Traditionally, most who sign non-compete […]