Legal Advice for Employment Contract — 169 results
Written by attorney Frank Natoli, over 1 year ago.
It is often necessary to resolve business conflicts in a definitive and enforceable manner. Many people assume that the court system is the only option, or the best option, for resolving... more
Written by attorney Stephen Verbit, 11 months ago.
Employees sometimes get information about an employers business that would be useful to the employers market competitors. Such information could include trade secrets, proprietary processes,... more
Written by attorney Bruce E. Burdick, 8 months ago.
Generally, YES if it belongs to the employer (which it usually does), otherwise not. But, further details are needed to decide, and are outlined below. In What Capacity Did You Work For... more
Written by attorney Alex Rosenthal, almost 2 years ago.
The economy does not have to be bad a company to incorporate severance agreements into its employment policies. Severance agreements are important for a variety of reasons regardless of... more
Written by attorney Merritt J Green, 11 months ago.
Non-Competition Agreements provide a tool for employers to protect their most important assets their trade secrets and their business relationships with clients. However, because non-... more
Written by attorney Stephen Hance, over 1 year ago.
Our business clients often seek our advice regarding agreements not to compete. Agreements not to compete are often found in Minnesota between businesses and key... more
Written by attorney Philip Marcus, almost 2 years ago.
Say you made a contract to sell a couple of computers. There was a decent margin over your wholesale cost but now, abruptly, they are in short supply and costly. You can get them in time... more
Written by attorney John C Peick, 10 months ago.
In the case of Anthony A. Labriola, v. Pollard Group, Inc., 100 P. 3d 791, 152 Wash. 2d (2004), the Washington State Supreme Court, Ireland, J. presiding decided that: (1) a non-compete... more
Written by attorney Tariq Zafar, over 1 year ago.
When two parties enter into a contract they create a legally enforceable agreement based on mutual obligations and understanding. Within a written contract, there are often numerous legal... more
Written by attorney John Phillips, about 2 years ago.
One thing we are frequently asked to review is employment terms known as non-compete agreements. It essentially limits an employees ability to use his or her former employers training,... more