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September 2017 Archives

Does your HR department fall short?

As a business owner, you may be fortunate to have years of carefree interactions with your employees. This may be the result of a diligent hiring process, seeking employees from a trustworthy pool or just luck. If an issue arises, you may be able to deal with it privately or have your HR representative handle it with minimal disruption.

What California Employers Need to Know About the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

FMLA.jpgMany workers in California and across the United States have legal protections under the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993. This federal legislation, which was signed into law by then-President Bill Clinton, was crafted to give certain workers the right to job-protected, unpaid leave, should a qualifying emergency situation arise. In this post, our experienced San Jose employment law attorneys explain some of the key points that covered Bay Area employers need to know about this law.

Four Tips for California Employers Facing an EEOC Investigation

eeoc.jpgThe Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is the agency responsible for enforcing federal laws on employment discrimination. If your company is facing an investigation from the EEOC, it is imperative that you take the situation seriously. One of the biggest mistakes employers make is waiting until a lawsuit is filed to take action. As soon as you receive notice that your business is being investigated by the EEOC, you need to contact an experienced San Jose employment law attorney.

Options for your business when bankruptcy is on the horizon

Like many California business owners, you have faced your share of tough times. You may have had years of great success between years of struggle, but lately, the struggles seem to be coming more often. Undoubtedly, you thought about it long and hard before concluding that bankruptcy may be the best course of action, both for your business and for your personal interests.

California Breach of Contract: Tortious Interference Explained

contract-dispute.jpgIn California, it is unlawful for a third party to intentionally interfere with a commercial contract that has been agreed upon by two other parties. Indeed, this type of misconduct is known as tortious interference. Victims of tortious interference can bring a legal claim to hold the third party liable for any damages that they have sustained because of the contract breach. Here, our experienced San Jose business contract dispute lawyers discuss what you need to know about California tortious interference claims.

San Jose's New 'Opportunity to Work' Ordinance Is Now in Effect

new-law.jpgLast November, by a margin of 60-40, San Jose residents voted in favor of Ballot Measure E: the city's 'Opportunity to Work' ordinance. On March 13th, 2017, this new local law officially went into effect. It is imperative that all employers operating within the city are aware of how these regulations will impact their company. To help you get started with any questions you might have, our San Jose business law attorneys have put together some key information regarding the ordinance.

You won your business litigation case, but did you really win?

Are you a company owner in California? Have you ever found yourself in the position where you needed to pursue business litigation against a customer, supplier or partner? It is certainly a tough spot to be in, but sometimes it is necessary in order for you to achieve compensation for any losses you have experienced.

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