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What Will Happen if Non-Competes Are Banned?

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Non-compete agreements have been in place in certain industries for a long time. These contracts are drafted by employers to limit an employee’s actions after they leave a position. Typically, a noncompete agreement prohibits you from working for a competitor until a set period has passed, but it may also ban you from starting… Read More »

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Pros and Cons of Non-Compete Agreements

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When you are hired by a company, you may be ordered to sign a non-compete agreement. This is a common agreement that certain types of employees sign to reduce competition for the employer. But what exactly does this mean? When you work for a company, you will likely learn trade secrets, which is a… Read More »

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Possible Ban on Noncompetes

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As an employee, you may sign a lot of paperwork when accepting a job. Do you read all these documents carefully? If not, you should. Non-compete clauses have long been a fixture in employment agreements. These documents place restrictions on where you can work. There may be limitations on which employers you can work… Read More »

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Problems With Non-Compete Agreements

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The business world involves many legal documents. If you are an employee, you may have seen something called a non-compete agreement. Non-compete agreements are clauses in employment contracts that prevent workers from working for competitors if they decide to quit their current job. These documents limit where employees can work in order to reduce… Read More »

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Non-Compete Agreements For Low-Wage Workers

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Businesses must deal with competition on a daily basis. Obviously, they like having less competition from former employees. As such, many business require their employees enter into non-compete agreements as a condition of their employment. These agreements (if reasonable) can be very beneficial for businesses. However, when the agreements are unreasonable (as is often… Read More »

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Two Florida Collision Shops Sued For Breach Of Contract

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Businesses have contracts in place with vendors and customers so that there are sufficiently defined terms and agreements in place that govern their business relationships. When a party fails to uphold their end of an agreement, it can result in breach of contract. When the parties cannot resolve the issue, the non-breaching party can… Read More »

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Common Legal Problems Small Businesses Face

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Starting a business can be an exciting venture. However, running a business is complicated. You’ll face issues and conflict on a regular basis. Some of these conflicts may even become serious legal matters. A lawsuit against your company can be devastating. For a small business owner, it can shut down operations for good. That’s… Read More »

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Wrongful Termination Charges Against A Small Business

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Running a business can be an exciting venture, but it can also be a challenge at times. One of the most difficult things a business owner will have to do is terminate an employee. Whether the employee is performing unsatisfactorily or the business is suffering and you have to do a mass layoff, letting… Read More »

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Employee Misclassification

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With the freelance economy booming in recent years, there have been some concerns about how workers are classified. Is a person an employee or independent contractor? An independent contractor is a person who performs services for another person or business. They have a contract in place that clearly defines the contractor’s duties, pay, and… Read More »

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Deceptive Trade Practices

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Sometimes it’s hard to believe what companies advertise. They put a lot of effort into marketing and advertising and often make exaggerated claims about their product or service. After all, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. However, these claims are legal as long as they are not too deceptive… Read More »

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