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Update Your Nondisclosure Agreements: New and Complex Non-Compete Agreement Restrictions & Uniform Trade Secrets Act
On August 10, 2018, Massachusetts adopted a new, far reaching, and, for businesses, controversial law putting significant restrictions on companies’ ability to use Non-Compete Agreements. Polls showed high levels of support for the changes as a ballot question. In a rushed deadline for implementation, unlike the new Massachusetts Family Leave Act starting in 2021 and other […]Read more...
Employers, supervisors, and HR need a good sense of what the legal tests are and of available defenses to common employee issues. The following will help you avoid some handicap discrimination pitfalls. There are frequent complaints that businesses always need to call an attorney when employment law issues arise. I hope my website blog and […]Read more...
Businesses of course are in business to make profits and when it comes time to sell, owners want the best price possible. I discuss here five typical steps in preparing for a sale and positioning for best valuation. The following concerns small businesses – a closely-held business – not publicly owned. It is best to prepare […]Read more...