Employment

Age Discrimination in Employment

Terminating an employee is never easy. Though most states have “at-will” employment laws, whereby employers can terminate employees at any time for any non-discriminatory reason, employers still face the risk of unlawful termination lawsuits. To minimize this risk, it is important for employers to carefully establish a termination procedure.

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR ON OVERTIME, ONE MORE TIME.

Terminating an employee is never easy. Though most states have “at-will” employment laws, whereby employers can terminate employees at any time for any non-discriminatory reason, employers still face the risk of unlawful termination lawsuits. To minimize this risk, it is important for employers to carefully establish a termination procedure.

Starting a Nonprofit

501(c) nonprofits are on the rise, providing a great way for social entrepreneurs to give back to a cause. Federal and state regulations are of critical importance for nonprofits to stay compliant, remain in business, and maintain tax-exempt status. Consult with an experienced attorney to ensure your nonprofit – and your mission – thrives.

Community Property Law

Community property is any property, debt, or income generated during a marriage. It belongs equally to both spouses in community property states.

UPDATE ON CLASSIFICATION OF INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS

Terminating an employee is never easy. Though most states have “at-will” employment laws, whereby employers can terminate employees at any time for any non-discriminatory reason, employers still face the risk of unlawful termination lawsuits. To minimize this risk, it is important for employers to carefully establish a termination procedure.

Effectively Managing Employee Termination from A legal Practice

Terminating an employee is never easy. Though most states have “at-will” employment laws, whereby employers can terminate employees at any time for any non-discriminatory reason, employers still face the risk of unlawful termination lawsuits. To minimize this risk, it is important for employers to carefully establish a termination procedure.

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