You may not realize it, but every day when you go to work, various federal laws which could protect you from your employer are following you in through the door. Here is an overview: Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits employers with fifteen or more employees from engaging in discriminatory practices [...]
Depending on the circumstances surrounding your termination, you might be giving up an awful lot. Here are four things to look out for.
An Operating Agreement is a contract that is drafted, and agreed to, by the members of an LLC that lays out the rules for how the business will operate.
As an employer, you want to make sure that the time you spend developing and paying employees is not wasted when they leave and go work for your competition.
Whether someone can be fired is a question we get frequently. Employers want to make sure they are legally terminating someone, and employees would like to know if they can be or have been illegally terminated. Most jobs in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island are "at-will", meaning an employer can fire an employee at any [...]