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Employment Law Recent News August 3, 2016

Cybersecurity and Your Small Business – Written Information Security Policy

If you have been following the media, no doubt you are aware of the many cyber attacks that seem to be occurring with an ever greater frequency. Individuals, hostile nations, and even unscrupulous competitors are testing the limits of information security, and the takeaway is even large corporations and the U.S. Government are not taking […]


General Recent News July 27, 2016

Pokémon GO, Trespass and Liability

It is impossible to miss the phenomenon that is Pokémon GO. The augmented reality app featuring Nintendo’s digital critters roaming real neighborhoods and locals has taken the mobile game world by storm, and currently boasts more daily users than Twitter. But did you consider that this game might actually expose your small business to liability? The […]


Employment Law Recent News July 19, 2016

Roger Ailes & Sexual Harassment – The Importance of a Solid Sexual Harassment Policy

Fox News chief Roger Ailes is currently embroiled in a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson. Carlson, who had hosted “Fox & Friends” and “The Real Story with Gretchen Carlson” alleges that her contract was not renewed by the network and thus she was let go on June 23, 2016 […]

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Recent News July 12, 2016

Lethal Robots and Law Enforcement

As everyone across the country and across the world knows by now, on Thursday July 7 a gunman opened fire on police and protesters at a Black Lives Matter rally in Dallas, TX killing 5 officers. After a tense standoff, the Dallas police used a bomb disposal robot armed with an explosive device to kill […]

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Recent News July 6, 2016

Tesla, Driverless Cars, and Liability

Tesla Motors, Inc. has taken bold steps to introduce driverless features to its futuristic fleet of electric vehicles. By being a pioneer, Elon Musk’s ambitious electric car company has opened itself up to some unique risks. The most noteworthy of those risks is liability for an injury or death that occurs while the “autopilot” feature […]


Employment Law January 27, 2016

Medical Marijuana in New York. What does that Mean for Employers?

There is now medical marijuana in New York. Its a brave new world, and we are here to help you navigate this evolving legal landscape as the state rolls out legal pot. First, a bit of background. The New York Compassionate Care Act was signed into law by New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo on […]


Employment Law January 27, 2016

The New York Compassionate Care Act – Medical Marijuana

The New York Compassionate Care Act – Medical Marijuana and What You Should Know The New York Compassionate Care Act was signed into law by New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo on July 7, 2014, making New York the 23rd state in the U.S. to legalize medical marijuana.  The new law permits certified patients to […]


Employment Law January 13, 2016

Caregiver Amendment New York City Human Rights Law

As many will note, there is a significant trend to expand worker’s rights recently, especially on the local level. Employers need to be kept up to date by their counsel as new laws come into existence that might impact the employment relationship. Such is the bill just signed into law by New York City Mayor […]


Employment Law Uncategorized January 4, 2016

Considerations for Hiring Employees with Restrictive Covenants

It’s time to grow your business and bring on a new employee! Be sure to avoid exposing your business to liability resulting from a new hire breaching restrictive covenants with past employers.  Keep the following considerations in mind about restrictive covenants and hiring a new employee while going through the hiring process.       […]


Employment Law Uncategorized December 22, 2015

Billing Management

As a small business, getting paid on time is integral to your success and liquidity.  Having an efficient billing and management system in place can improve your rate of collecting on invoices both new and outstanding. Enter into an Agreement Doing business with a handshake can result in a lot of headaches in the event […]