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Five mistakes to avoid in drafting non-compete and non-solicitation agreements

USA - May 16 2013 Employers often seek business protection by entering into agreements with employees that restrict their business activities after leaving employment

Give me a break: what Virginia law says about employee meal and rest breaks

USA - January 30 2013 Most people have heard the phrase "there's no such thing as a free lunch," but the recent rash of cases across the country involving litigation over

The ADA and workplace drug testing: what are an employer’s rights?

USA - October 25 2012 An employee who works under the influence of drugs or alcohol at work may, at the very least, have diminished productivity and poor work performance; at worst, he poses a serious safety risk to himself and those around him

Not so fast on data breach liability

USA - August 28 2015 Would-be experts are portraying a federal appeals court ruling in the Neiman Marcus data breach case as a tipping point toward victims of cyber fraud

DOJ’s first prosecution for campaign finance coordination a sign of things to come?

USA - September 23 2015 With the 2016 presidential campaign in full swing, pundits, reformers and the media are once again shining a light on the role of

Top 10 ways to be disinherited (and how to avoid that) (Part 1)

USA - October 6 2015 I’ve handled over 100 estate disputes, and based upon my experience the following are 5 of the top 10 factors that I’ve seen that lead to people

How will the Clean Power Plan affect ABL lenders?

USA - October 1 2015 When President Obama announced the EPA’s new Clean Power Plan on Aug. 3, 2015, he set off a fierce public debate about the economic ripple effects of

Like Neiman, Wyndham is not all it’s cracked up to be

USA - October 1 2015 Back on July 20, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals decided Remijas v. Neiman Marcus, leading a chorus of pundits to declare that case changed

US-China cyber deal big on promises, short on action

China, USA - September 29 2015 In the aftermath of recent cyberattacks attributed to China’s government and citizens, many observers prepared for a rather uncomfortable state visit

Just like Neiman case, FTC v. Wyndham decision not all it’s cracked up to be

USA - September 23 2015 Back on July 20 this year, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals decided Remijas v. Neiman Marcus, leading a chorus of pundits to declare that case