January 1, 2015
All businesses eventually have to face issues that arise with disabled applicants and employees. Each business should have a firm grasp on the laws that define how a company should handle a disability.
November 28, 2014
Most companies are not doing enough to protect themselves from employees leaving with trade secrets. Take these steps to protect your business.
November 21, 2014
It is time for companies to offer dads their fair share of parental leave, and it is time for dads to step up and take it.
November 7, 2014
Speech on social media is generally protected but in cases involving obvious threats and insubordination it may not be protected.
November 5, 2014
You’ve probably seen Jimmy John’s commercials boasting of the deliciousness of their sandwiches and the speed—it’s “freaky fast”—with which those delicious sandwiches will reach your belly. […]
November 1, 2014
In this recent case, the Court ruled that volunteers could be treated as employees in a set of very limited circumstances
October 21, 2014
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
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
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
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 […]
September 28, 2014
In Pennsylvania, Diskriter, Inc. and Joansville Holdings, Inc. sued for an injunction to prevent Randy A. Baker from working for Keystrokes Transcription Service, Inc., “and prevent […]
September 7, 2014
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit Decides Employers Cannot Interfere with Employee Family Leave by Mandating Work A woman named Tondalaya Evans took her […]
September 1, 2014
On June 30, 2014, the United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of national retailer Hobby Lobby, accepting the privately owned company’s religious objections to certain […]