Legal Advice for Employment At Will — 294 results
Written by attorney Maury Beaulier, over 4 years ago.
Contracts A contract can change an at will employment status. this may mean an individual employment contract or one that is negotiated as part of a union. Such contracts provide... more
Written by attorney Adam P. Whitney, about 3 years ago.
What is a Noncompete?
A Noncompete (also called a
noncompete agreement, a non-competition agreement, or a fair competition
agreement) is a general term for a written agreement whereby... more
Written by attorney Carl Shusterman, over 3 years ago.
How can a TN nonimmigrant bring his/her family to the U.S. or change the status of family members in the U.S.?
A dependent of a TN nonimmigrant will need to obtain a TD nonimmigrant... more
Written by attorney Leslie A Farber, over 5 years ago.
Is there an employment contract? An employment contract can be written or oral and generally describes the terms of employment, such as pay, job description, hours worked, length of time... more
Written by attorney Christopher Canlas, over 3 years ago.
In California, most employment
relationships are presumed to be "at-will unless you are a union member
or if you have an employment contract. At-will employment means that
Written by attorney Zain Merchant, about 3 years ago.
Employment-Based Immigration: EB-5 Immigrant Investor
/ Regional Center Parameters, Regulations,
By Zain F. Merchant, Esq.*
*Licensed in NY
Written by attorney Leslie L Beale, over 3 years ago.
Carefully review all paperwork accompanying the charge. EEOC Charges usually come with several sections of paperwork. These may include a Notice of Rights, a description of the EEOC's... more
Written by attorney Emanuel Shirazi, 4 months ago.
Cheerleaders File Wage & Hour Class Action Against NFL’s Raiders Cheerleaders File Wage & Hour Class Action Against NFL’s Raiders Can you believe the NFL’s Oakland Raiders pay their... more
Written by attorney Craig Shagin, over 3 years ago.
Employment During First Academic Year During the first academic year - - generally considered to be 9 months or two semesters - - a student may only work on campus. He is not authorized... more
Written by attorney Byron Sanford, over 4 years ago.
Conusult with an epxerienced, qualified attorney on a regualr basis. Note that a “self-check” such as this is not a substitute for getting regular advice from a qualified attorney, but it... more