November 30

Frivolous California Employment Litigation Leave Fee Liability For Plaintiff

In a recent ruling on Lopez v. Routt – filed Nov. 29, 2017, the California Court of Appeal made a ruling on the liability of employees who bring frivolous charges against an employer. In this case, the judge ruled that the defendant was only entitled to Attorneys fees in the matter. While this might discourage some employee.

August 2

August 2017

Easier for employees to sue for retaliation A federal Court ruling makes it easier for employees to fight cases of retaliation for taking leave. Read Full Story Here CFPB Bans Mandatory Arbitration Clauses, Is Challenged A new rule is in place that bans mandatory arbitration clauses in contracts, however an effort is underway to repeal it.Read.

May 28

Nowland Law Journal – June 2017 Business Law

*|MC:SUBJECT|* Can you believe it’s June already? June 2017 Nowland Law Journal The Nowland Law Journal The Law Offices of Thomas F. Nowland June 2017 Across Our Desks Setback for Patent Trolls Courts have tightened the rules necessary for patent trolls to bring in new claims. Read Full Story Here New Case Study –.

March 1

March 2017 – Nowland Law Journal Recap

We look back to February 2017’s most useful legal & management articles for our business readers. While we could almost swim in political news, there is so much useful information for busy business owners out there that would be of great value. So let’s dive in to those: New York Time’s Small Business Guides Small.

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