Category: Employment Law

Careful Drafting of Non-Compete Covenants: Words Have Meaning

Last week I received a call from a client.  The subject of the call was something I had dealt with many times:  the client wished to hire someone who was bound by a non-compete agreement and the client was asking

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Independent Contractor or Employee, That Is the Question (and the IRS Has An Answer)

Being a small business owner with employees is tough.  Fighting through a myriad of employment laws – the Americans With Disabilities Act , the Fair Labor Standards Act , the Family and Medical Leave Act , and the list goes

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Legal Lessons from “Holiday Inn”

 This morning was our annual viewing of the classic movie, Holiday Inn.  This film is, of course, best known for the debut of Bing Crosby singing “White Christmas”, and was the prequel to the Bing Crosby/Danny Kaye film named after

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