Ten Reasons Why Going Solo Can Make You a Happier Lawyer

Ten Reasons Why Going Solo Can Make You a Happier Lawyer

Happiness is not an automatic by-product of practicing law for many reasons. Maybe going solo is right for you…

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Why Losing a Job Is a Lot Like Ending a Relationship

Why Losing a Job Is a Lot Like Ending a Relationship

Why Losing a Job Is a Lot Like Ending a Relationship, and Why I Believe You Will Survive…

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Eleven States Now Have Laws Protecting Social Media And/Or Internet Privacy Rights Of Employees

Eleven States Now Have Laws Protecting Social Media And/Or Internet Privacy Rights Of Employees

Several states are now enacting laws protecting employees’ social media privacy rights and/or their internet privacy rights…

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Pregnant Workers in Maryland Receive Additional Legal Protections

Pregnant Workers in Maryland Receive Additional Legal Protections

On May 17, 2013, Governor Martin O’Malley signed into law HB 804 that requires employers to provide reasonable accommodations of disabilities due to pregnancy…

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Is My Noncompete Really Enforceable?

Is My Noncompete Really Enforceable?

Washington D.C. courts will not simply rubber-stamp every non-compete contract as enforceable. D.C. employers and employees must take equal care before drafting or signing any such agreement. Instead, they should analyze the contract in four general areas: purpose, benefit, scope, and enforcement.

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Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Policies – New Must Have For Employee Handbooks

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Policies – New Must Have For Employee Handbooks

The most critical issue to employers is ensuring that corporate data and information is secure, particularly if the employee’s device is lost or stolen. The most critical issue to employees is ensuring that their personal data and information remains personal.

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