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What is a Non-Compete Agreement?

If you have been offered a job, you may be asked to sign a non-compete agreement. A non-compete agreement is a type of employment contract between the employee and employer. This document restricts a person’s employment opportunities should they decide to part ways with the company. For example, you may be prohibited from working within...

Freelancer and Independent Contractor Law

Sometimes it can be hard for a person to hold a regular 9-5 job due to their schedule. Many people enjoy working from home at their convenience because they have family duties, a lack of transportation, or other obligations. Because of this, many people pick up freelance work. Freelancing is becoming quite popular. Many of...

Important Things to Report to Your Supervisor

Many employees in New York City fail to report important information to their supervisor or another regulatory agency because they are fearful of termination or other repercussions. However, there are laws in place to protect you from this, and if you are retaliated against, our wrongful termination attorney in NYC will advocate for you. If...

What To Do If You Have Been Wrongfully Terminated

If you are fired from your job, would you know whether or not the termination was legal? Most employment across the nation is “at will”, meaning either the employer or employee can terminate the business relationship at any time for any reason or no reason at all – as long as there is no illegality....

Bill That Lets Bosses Fire Single Women for Getting Pregnant

In the aftermath of the recent United States Supreme Court decision in favor of same-sex marriage, legislation that protects individuals who oppose these civil unions is being pushed by Republicans. A recent Huffington Post article reports that the law is known as the First Amendment Defense Act and it protects against discrimination by the government...

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