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New Developments In Non-Competes
I have written about noncompetition agreements in the broadcasting industry before. See ( December 8, 2008 ) ( January 8, 2013 ) ( January 22, 2013 ).
United States
11 Oct 2018
New North Carolina Law Provides Mechanism For Prosecuting Worker Misclassification
On August 11, 2017, the North Carolina Employee Fair Classification Act (EFCA) was signed into law.
United States
14 Dec 2017
New I-9 Form
Employers must begin using a new I-9 Form no later than September 18, 2017. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigrations Services has changed the list of documents which new employees may use to complete the form.
United States
3 Aug 2017
North Carolina Business Court Decision Could Impact Enforceability Of Many Non-Competition Covenants
A recent decision in the North Carolina Business Court could have significant implications on non-competition covenants in employment agreements that contain a very common automatic renewal term.
United States
28 Jul 2017
Medical Group Practice Can Once Again Employ PT's And PTA's
In December 2016, the South Carolina Supreme Court denied a petition for re-hearing, resolving a long standing dispute and allowing medical practices to employ directly PTs and PTAs.
United States
18 Jan 2017
NC Supreme Court Reaffirms Strict Blue Pencil Doctrine For Restrictive Covenants
North Carolina has long applied a "strict blue pencil doctrine" under which courts cannot change or add to the language of an agreement.
United States
4 May 2016
Obligation To Enforce Arbitration Under FAA Policy Trumps Motion To Prevent Enforcement Of "Clearly Void" Non-Competition Agreement
The case was initiated by one corporate (Morning Star Associates, Inc.) and three individual franchisees (collectively "MSA") against their franchisor, Unishippers, following the termination of three franchise agreements.
United States
4 Jun 2015
Maryland Court Of Appeals Holds That Inclusion Of Permissive "Termination For Cause" Provisions Negates Presumption Of At-Will Employment And Creates "Continuous For-Cause" Contract
In a recent decision, Spacesaver Systems, Inc. v. Adam, the Maryland Court of Appeals was "asked to re-examine the contours of the firmly established doctrine of at-will employment."
United States
16 Oct 2014
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