Executive summary for clients regarding preparation of business plan

Jan 15, 2015 By: Alan Gutterman

This month we’ve added an Executive Summary for Clients Regarding Preparation of a Business Plan that you can provide to your clients.

Westlaw Topical Highlights: Labor and Employment, January 14, 2015

Jan 14, 2015 By: Gary Rodekuhr

Topical Highlights for Labor and Employment provides summaries of significant federal and state judicial decisions and legislative and administrative activities affecting labor and employment law.

Evaluating prospective long-term supply partners

Jan 13, 2015 By: Alan Gutterman

While a company may have a definite idea about the specific benefits that it is looking to achieve in establishing a long-term supply relationship, the ultimate success of the arrangement will depend on the chosen supplier and its performance under the contract

New California Law Increases Potential Legal Risks of Obtaining Temporary Employees from Staffing Agencies

Jan 8, 2015 By: Alan Gutterman

A new California law applicable to most companies in that state with 25 or more employees explicitly makes companies jointly liable with staffing agencies for violations of wage, safety and workers’ compensation laws.

The ACA and Legal Practices (#21) / Representing individuals as health consumers

Jan 7, 2015 By: Ferd H. Mitchell

Attorneys may often need to help individual clients sort out their options about the ACA.

Can public employees wear union logos on their uniforms?

Dec 30, 2014 By: Virginia Kretschman

Some government employers forbid the display of union insignia, logos or buttons on uniforms or clothing worn by public safety employees or other types of workers

Employee training programs on trade secret protection

Dec 25, 2014 By: Alan Gutterman

Each company’ should organize and conduct regular training programs to indoctrinate new employees on the company’s trade secret security protection policies

The ACA and Legal Practices (#20) / Representing small business employers

Dec 24, 2014 By: Ferd H. Mitchell

Many small-businesses rely on attorney assistance to decide how to respond to the ACA, since most are limited in their ability to analyze their options.

The ACA and Legal Practices (#19) / Representing large employers

Dec 10, 2014 By: Ferd H. Mitchell

Attorneys face many complexities in representing large employers that are dealing with issues related to the ACA.

Young vs. UPS: Must employers make accommodations for pregnant employees?

Dec 3, 2014 By: Kellie Pantekoek

Today the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Young vs. United Parcel Service, a case that examines the scope of the federal Pregnancy Discrimination Act