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Thu May 25, 2017
Good hiring practices: Make sure you check for non-competes (or else)
What happens when a new employee lies about being subject to a noncompetition agreement with his or her former employer?Read More
Mon May 1, 2017
Key lessons on business negotiation from the Obamacare debate
Our parents taught us never to discuss religion or politics. We're going to do it anyway. For some valuable lessons on business negotiation from the recent ACA debate, click on the button.Read More
Mon Feb 6, 2017
Do employees have a right to express political views in the office?
American politics: Where friendships and workplace productivity go to die. Can an employer safely prohibit political speech in the office?Read More
Tue Jan 10, 2017
How proper documentation can defeat a whistleblower suit
Documents have an impeccable memory. Proper documentation often wins lawsuits. Lousy documentation often loses them. Here’s a real-life example from a recent whistleblower case.Read More
Fri Dec 9, 2016
When key executives turn the company into a personal piggy bank
Keeping problem employees around for too long is asking for trouble. Just ask a major furniture company that recently got burned.Read More
Wed Sep 28, 2016
Cybersecurity: What does the Supreme Court’s Spokeo decision mean for your business?
A lot has been written about the Supreme Court’s recent decision in the Spokeo case, regarding whether and when a plaintiff can sue your company for the unauthorized disclosure of incorrect personal...Read More
Sat Sep 3, 2016
Shortening the statute of limitations for discrimination cases?
Can management shorten the time within which claims must be brought under anti-discrimination statutes? According to the New Jersey Supreme Court, the answer is no, because of public policy.Read More