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02 / 07 / 2017

The Ban on Non-Compete Agreements in California: Understanding California Labor Code Section 925

Non-compete agreements and other restrictive contractual provisions have come under fire in recent years, and now California has enacted a law that allows these types of provisions to be void except under a single, narrow circumstance.

12 / 13 / 2016

Employment Laws Your Business Needs to Know

This guide is meant to be a general overview of a few of the legal requirements you are required to follow as an employer in the United States.

11 / 30 / 2016

FLSA: Preparing for the Changes on December 1st

Let’s say you’re an employer.  You own a small business and your employees are both hourly workers and salaried workers.  Although there exist certain exemptions to the federal minimum wage requirement under the Federal Labor Standards Act (namely,...

11 / 28 / 2016

FLSA: How the New Rule Can Affect Your Overtime

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) under the Department of Labor has brought forth a major change to the Overtime Rule for companies in the United States, scheduled to take effect before the end of the year or the swearing in of a new president, on...

11 / 21 / 2016

FLSA: Do You Have to Comply with the New Regulations?

Well, it depends.  Let’s say you are the proud owner of a brand new company, settling down right here in Texas.  Your company falls under the “Individual Coverage” of the FLSA because the only requirement for employee protection is that the company’s...

11 / 09 / 2016

Covenant Not to Compete: Can It Prevent You from Taking That New Job?

Let’s assume you recently joined this edgy new Dallas tech firm.  The environment is great and your work is interesting.  Part of your job packet, however, included this odd “covenant not to compete” section.  You brushed it off and signed the...

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