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You're fired! Insubordination still legitimate reason for terminations

USA - August 22 2011 You hire a new employee with great hopes of a long lasting and productive relationship.

Co-authors: Chris Hanslik, Joseph "Trey" L. Wood, III.


Religious discrimination claims rise

USA - August 15 2011 Several months after the 9/11 attacks, Alamo Car Rental fired one of its customer service representatives, a Muslim woman who refused to remove her head scarf during Islam's holy month of Ramadan.

Co-authors: Chris Hanslik, Joseph "Trey" L. Wood, III.


Another reason to classify your employees/independent contractors correctly

USA - July 25 2011 The essence of any lawsuit seeking an injunction to enforce a non-competition agreement is breach of contract.

Co-authors: Chris Hanslik, Joseph "Trey" L. Wood, III.


Social media harassment?

USA - July 18 2011 The explosion of social media is no longer a headline grabbing phenomenon.

Co-authors: Chris Hanslik, Joseph "Trey" L. Wood, III.


Non-compete agreements in Texas more enforceable than ever

USA - July 5 2011 On June 24, the Texas Supreme Court made it easier for employers to enforce non-compete agreements with employees by holding that stock options can serve as consideration sufficient to support the agreement. 

Co-authors: Chris Hanslik, Joseph "Trey" L. Wood, III.

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