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October 2018 Employment Law Newsletter

What Employers and Employees Should Know about Confidentiality, Noncompete and Nonsolicitation Agreements May an employer restrict employees from working for a competitor following termination? The answer is yes, so long as the employer has a protectable legitimate business interest. Whether your company is an employer seeking to restrict competition or you are an employee being

August 2017 Employment Law Newsletter – Special Alert

On July 17, 2017, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services released a revised Form I-9. Employers can begin using this form, but effective September 18, 2017 it will be mandatory.  Employers who continue to use the older I-9 form after this date may be subject to fines and penalties. To read the full newsletter click here.

May 2017 Employment Law Newsletter

School’s Out For the Summer…What You Need to Know When Hiring Minors School is out for the summer and high school students (many of whom are under the age of 18) are “pounding the pavement” and looking for the perfect summer job.  For the purposes of the Fair Labor Standards Act (“Act”), the federal law

July 2015 Employment Law Newsletter

Employees vs. Independent Contractors - U.S. DOL Reaffirms that the Economic Realities Test is the Appropriate Test to Use in Misclassification Cases... To read the full article click here.

March 2014 Employment Law Newsletter

Written by Christina Harris Schwinn Same-Sex Married Couples and the Impact on Florida Employers Florida State Legislative Update Case Law Update - Cases of Significance Emerging Trends Agency Update To view the full newsletter, click here.