Category: Employment Law

How to Protect Your Small Business with Employee Contracts

How to Protect Your Small Business with Employee Contracts

If you operate a small business, you may still need a few employees so that you are not working 100% of the time. How can an employment contract protect your business? Here are a few ways: Protect you from a lawsuit – Outlining the terms of work, payment, and termination will help to protect you […]

How to Avoid a Lawsuit with the Help of a Business Attorney

How to Avoid a Lawsuit with the Help of a Business Attorney

A big concern for many small business owners is the threat of a lawsuit. Whether it is over an employee issue, a lease agreement, or a trademark, you want to be sure that you are protected. How can a small business attorney help you to avoid an expensive suit? Here are a few crucial ways: […]

Protecting Your Small Business Without a Non-Compete Agreement

Protecting Your Small Business Without a Non-Compete Agreement

Non-Compete Agreements are common in the modern business world. After all, an employee of a small business is very quickly going to the learn the “secret sauce” that gives your small startup a competitive advantage. So what is to stop an employee from breaking away and becoming your primary competitor? Non-disclosure agreements between a business […]

What Does the Fair Day’s Pay Act Mean for Your Small Business?

What Does the Fair Day’s Pay Act Mean for Your Small Business?

As a small business owner, you could be liable for violations of the Fair Day’s Pay Act. What is this legislation designed to do and how can you meet the requirement? The Fair Day’s Pay Act has been set in place to protect employees, ensuring that they are paid a fair amount of money in […]