Did you know that the Defense Base Act covers civilian as well as military personnel injured overseas?
The Defense Base Act covers civilian as well as military personnel injured overseas.Read more
“Boilerplate” can be described as a set of provisions that were not critical components of the deal you negotiated, but contain terms that govern the relationship between the parties and the interpretation of your written contract.Read more
Due in large part to the high cost and long delays of litigation, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) has become a lynchpin of the litigation process, both before, during, and sometimes even after trials. A successful ADR process is generally quicker and more cost effective than trials.Read more
Why does it now make even more sense for your small business (less than 3 employees) to carry Workers’ Compensation Insurance? Effective July 1, 2014, the maximum penalty for the failure of a business to obtain workers’ compensation insurance will be $50,000.00, up from the current maximum of $5,000.00.Read more
Did you know that an employer has substantial leeway when it comes to fashioning policies governing the use of company computer and communication systems and to monitoring employee use of company systems to ensure compliance with policies?Read more