Blog Posts in September, 2017

How to Keep Your Employer Honest About Job Offers and Benefits

As an employee, you may have just received an offer from a current or potential employer that you believe may be too good to be true. It might be. But, if you get everything in writing you will be ...
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An Example of Non-Compete Agreements and Their Consequences

A Non-Compete Agreement or Covenant Not to Compete, in the employment context, is an agreement to refrain from entering into or starting a similar trade or profession that would be in competition ...
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An Example of Non-Compete Agreements and Their Consequences

A Non-Compete Agreement or Covenant Not to Compete, in the employment context, is an agreement to refrain from entering into or starting a similar trade or profession that would be in competition ...
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Will Congress Pass Legislation to End Forced Arbitration?

Starting a new job often means being required to sign a huge stack of documents. In many cases, that stack includes an arbitration agreement of some kind that you are required to sign if you want the ...
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Vicarious Liability and the Definition of a Supervisor

When it comes to liability in employment cases, one theory of recovery is that the company may be held responsible for the actions of its employees, but only if certain conditions are met. This is ...
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How Employers Should Respond to Sexual Harassment Complaints

You may have heard about the sexual harassment case involving Taylor Swift. Although it was not your typical employment discrimination claim, as Taylor Swift was a third-party and not an employee, it ...
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