Legal Advice for Employment Contract — 169 results
Written by attorney Bobby Bollinger, about 4 years ago.
UNEXPECTED INCOME TAX CONSEQUENCES IN SETTLEMENT AGREEMENTS By Bobby L. Bollinger, Jr. Bollinger Law Firm, PC, Charlotte, NC Board Certified Specialist In NC Workers' Compensation Law
Written by attorney Lawrence B Hunt, over 3 years ago.
Oregon law imposes serious restrictions on employee non-competition
agreements. Unless certain severe conditions are satisfied, an
employees agreement not to compete with their employer... more
Written by attorney John Hamlin, almost 4 years ago.
Non-compete agreements can arise in a variety of
circumstances: employment relationships, stockholder agreements and in
connection with the sale of a business.
Written by attorney Jacob Iraj Kiani, about 1 year ago.
Think Like "the Donald" When Negotiating Your Severance Pay
So you found out you're getting canned, the old axe, the trusty pink slip, laid off,or as Donald Trump would say "You're Fired!!"... more
Written by attorney John Mccarthy, over 1 year ago.
Whistleblower Coach Files Wrongful Termination Lawsuit against University
Ex-Rutgers assistant coach Eric Murdock filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against Rutgers University claiming he... more
Written by attorney Jacob Iraj Kiani, about 2 years ago.
This guide provides a summary of what a release in a Severance Agreement must include to effectively release an employee’s federal age discrimination claims under the ADEA. In sum, the... more
Written by attorney Steven Krieger, 6 months ago.
The H-1B program requires employers to comply with federal regulations, but this does not always occur. This can result in employees not being fully compensated and/or the employee being... more
Written by attorney Randy T. Enochs, about 2 years ago.
Iwas really looking forward to this decision because it had the potential for the Wisconsin Court of Appeals to address the issue of employee handbooks creating contracts and severance... more
Written by attorney Emanuel Shirazi, about 2 years ago.
I often write on popular issues in employment law, but this time the issue is the employment lawyers themselves. A local Los Angeles employment lawyer who represented one of the masseurs... more
Written by attorney Casey B. Green, over 1 year ago.
The Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas has defined unfair competition according to its definition in the Restatement (Third) Unfair Competition 1 (1995). See e.g. Babiarz v. Bell Atl.-Pa.,... more