May the Luck of the Irish be With You (Especially in Light of Recent Employment Laws)
March 17, 2023
Topics Discussed St. Patrick’s Day. Day 2 of March Madness. Going a few days without a possible bank collapse. The question of whether a boneless chicken “wing” can be called a “wing”. Let’s face it, some of you are already hitting the pubs as of this publication (have a pint...
New Employment Law Updates – Like Music to Our Ears
March 6, 2023
Hopefully you know that things like “discrimination” and “retaliation” are generally frowned upon in the workplace (and, you know, everywhere else), but what about that Miley Cyrus guilty pleasure? Turns out that listening to the wrong music at work could get you in legal trouble (focusing...
Love is in the Air – But So Are Restrictive Covenants
February 20, 2023
Chocolates. Roses. Jewelry. A perfectly tailored non-solicitation clause. We all have our love languages (even lawyers), and in honor of Valentine’s Day, we are hopelessly devoting this week’s newsletter to confidentiality provisions, arbitration clauses, and restrictive covenants. While these...
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Cheers to New Laws and New Beginnings!
January 27, 2023
Hello friends! Feeling a little down because the holidays appear too far in the rear-view mirror (or not far enough depending on how we feel about “family” – we don’t judge here)? We hear ya, but it’s time to ring in a new year and a new era of employment laws! Okay, maybe you’re not as...
An Employment Law Catch-Up to Distract You from Holiday Preparations
December 12, 2022
We know this time of year is typically spent catching up on work, getting in those extra reps at the gym, or maybe even getting ahead of your holiday shopping. Let us help you catch up on one more thing: new employment laws going into effect very soon! Just like how the holiday season sneaks up on...