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Litigation Attorney serving the Space Coast
Whether an employee’s departure is voluntary or not, it poses a threat to your business’s proprietary information.This is particularly true if your employee is leaving to work for one of your competitors.  Therefore, it is important for all employers to have a procedure in place for reducing risk to any of your confidential information. Below...
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Many debtors are concerned with how their Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 filing will impact their job. It is important to understand that the law prevents your employer from firing you solely because you filed a personal bankruptcy case. You may also be concerned with whether or not your employer will find out about your...
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Bankruptcy Lawer serving Melbourne and Palm Bay
When you think of bullying, you probably think of school kids on the playground. However, bullying in the workplace occurs every day. If you are an employer, you cannot ignore it or assume it isn’t occurring because nobody has reported it. You must take action to prevent and eliminate workplace bullying. If an employer fails...
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If you are an employer and you are feeling overwhelmed by the amount of paperwork you must maintain, you are probably wondering if you can get rid of your old employment records. Before you start shredding all those former employee’s records, there are a few factors you should consider. There is no strict rule that...
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While there is no magical formula for preventing employment lawsuits, there are certain preventative measures every employer should take. Litigation can be time-consuming, costly and damaging to your reputation. Below are a few pointers for how to avoid litigation with your employees: Provide every employee with a current employee handbook and any updates or changes...
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If you own a business, it is imperative that you take precautionary measures to protect it legally. In other words, you need a great business attorney and contracts that protect your best interests. There is no easy answer for what legal agreements are the most effective, because every case is different. However, there are three...
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What should an employer do if they have an employee that is consistently away from work for jury duty? What if the employee is chosen for a trial that is expected to last several weeks? Can an employer discharge this employee because they are not available to perform their job? This is one of those...
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Is the biggest threat against your proprietary information your current or former employees? According to the FBI and Department of Homeland Security, the answer is likely “yes.” Digital attacks can not only disrupt your business’s operations, but also cost you thousands to millions of dollars! Employees in your IT department can pose the most significant...
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