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Is My Noncompete Really Enforceable?

An employee has a common law duty to serve her employer diligently and faithfully, to refrain from knowingly or willfully injuring the employer’s business, and to avoid any conflict between the employer’s interest and the employee’s self-interest. But what happens...

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What To Do If You Lose Your Job

I’ve Been Fired - Now What?? What To Do When You Lose Your Job discusses several things you should consider immediately if you’ve been terminated. Diane Seltzer Torre outlines the many questions that arise after you learn that you have lost your job. Topics include...

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Why Losing a Job Is a Lot Like Ending a Relationship

“I Can’t Believe This Is Happening!” Why Losing a Job Is a Lot Like Ending a Relationship… …and Why I Believe You Will Survive Remember Mad Libs®? Let’s play for a minute. You go first. I thought everything was going smoothly with my _________________________ (noun)....

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Ten Reasons Why Going Solo Can Make You a Happier Lawyer

Happiness is not an automatic by-product of practicing law. Some lawyers do not enjoy the area of law in which they are practicing; some are unhappy with their compensation; some have clients who are aggravating; and some are working in firms that do not fit their...

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