On September 25, 2020, I will be presenting a lunch-and-learn webinar on emerging Covid-19 legal challenges for staffing agencies and possible solutions, organized by the National Association of Personnel Services. The presentation will focus on the new challenges that that staffing and personnel placement firms face due to COVID-19, from FMLA leave and ADA issues, to OSHA and CDC compliance issues, to the indemnification and force majeure issues in contracts with clients.
Since trade secrets are not registered with the government, like patents or trademarks, companies must take proactive measures to preserve them. Those who fail to take reasonable measures, risk finding out down the road (usually in court, when the try to recover stolen trade secrets from a rogue employee) that their information has lost its trade secrets status.
On February 7, 2020, the American Medical Association submitted a letter to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) concerning non-compete agreements in the workplace and urged
I recently wrote an expert analysis article for Law360 titled “Top Job Markets Show Noncompetes May Not Squash Growth,” examining and questioning the purported link between the
Are non-compete agreements with physicians enforceable in Texas? Yes, if they are written correctly. What are the requirements for non-competes to be enforceable against physicians
An increasing number of companies are asking their employees to fill out and accept employment paperwork online through portals set up by employers precisely for