Legal Advice for Employment Contract — 169 results
Written by attorney Michael Kelley, about 1 year ago.
Contracts are a vital part of any business. Whether it is a purchase or sale order, an offer of employment or a customer waiver and release, the terms of any contract define the nature of... more
Written by attorney Gavin Johnson, almost 2 years ago.
Some of the most valuable aspects of your business are the goodwill youve developed (including your customer relationships), and the intellectual property youve produced. Anoncompete... more
Written by attorney Merritt J Green, 11 months ago.
Primer on Severance Agreements
The purpose of a separation/severance agreement is to minimize risk from employment termination, to compensate an employee for employment loss, and,... more
Written by attorney Jacob Iraj Kiani, 11 months ago.
Skilled Counsel in Severance Package Negotiation
Some companies and public employers outline severance packages in their employment contracts, while others may offer them to employees who... more
Written by attorney Michael Moebes, over 4 years ago.
Agreement The parties reach an agreement (called a stipulation or "stip"). Usually, this is a dollar figure, but it can include medical and other provisions that either side wishes to... more
Written by attorney Steven Fahlgren, almost 2 years ago.
In the good old days, a man could be taken at is word and a handshake could seal a deal and thus, written contracts were often the exception rather than the rule. Today, handshake deals are... more
Written by attorney Tim Bukher, over 4 years ago.
There are several reasons why a business might decide to employ a
non-disclosure or a non-compete agreement (collectively known as
The business is engaged in work... more
Written by attorney Daniel Deuterman, over 5 years ago.
Reaching a settlement through mediation. Mediation is often an effective tool to reduce the costs, risks and delay of litigation. A mediation is conference between some, or all, of the... more
Written by attorney Nathaniel Hubley, about 2 years ago.
Indiana Code 22-2-9-1 defines "wages" as "all amounts at which the labor or service rendered is recompensed, whether the amount is fixed or ascertained on a time, task, piece, or... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Ison, almost 3 years ago.
In Dowell v. Pacesetter, Inc., a case involving complex claims and cross-claims between a biotech company and St. Jude, aCalifornia court once again declined to enforce a non-compete... more