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August 17, 2022
A Master Services Agreement is a contract in which the parties agree to terms that will govern future transactions or agreements. In this video we will go over five important provisions: (1) Intellectual Property Ownership, (2) Late Payments, (3) Escrow Accounts, (4) Choice of Law, Form Selection, and Arbitration, and (5) Prevailing Party, Attorney’s Fees, and Costs.
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August 16, 2022
COVID-19 is a zombie that just won’t die. On August 11, 2022, the CDC published new COVID-19 guidelines. In many ways, the CDC’s new guidelines drastically depart from its prior guidelines. But, in other ways, the new guidelines re-affirm the CDC’s long-entrenched guidelines.
Videos
August 11, 2022
Check out our latest 3in3 video, where we discuss (1) the classification of independent contractors, (2) due diligence, and (3) what you should do with two bad options.
News
August 9, 2022
Could California employers be required to submit even more information to the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (“DFEH”) relating to pay data and pay transparency? The Answer: Maybe.
Resources
August 4, 2022
Whenever an employee brings a Notice of Claim under the Private Attorneys General Act (“PAGA”), the employer has the opportunity, in some circumstances, to cure the alleged violations and avoid the imposition of costly penalties. However, this process is not simple. The employer must meet all the general requirements to cure the PAGA violations.
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August 3, 2022
A Non Disclosure Agreement, also known as an NDA, is a legally binding agreement that prevents an individual from releasing private and sensitive information. In this video, we go over the four important clauses that you must focus on when preparing an NDA: (1) Definitions, (2) Use & Access Restrictions, (3) Safekeeping and Security Requirements, and (4) the Term & Survival of an NDA.
News
August 2, 2022
The federal government is slated to publish a new, permanent set of COVID-19 rules for healthcare workers in early Fall 2022. (See here.) In years past, federal OSHA published temporary COVID-19 rules for healthcare workers (those rules, you might recall, were called emergency temporary standard). Those temporary rules expired last December.
Videos
July 28, 2022
In our latest 3in3 video, we discuss (1) how to network and build business, (2) incorporating your business in Delaware, and (3) how to assess when hiring employees.
News
July 26, 2022
The National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) and the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) whereby the two federal agencies will partner to promote fair competition and advance workers’ rights.
Resources
July 21, 2022
Courtesy of AB 5 and a (controversial) case called Dynamex Operations West, Inc. v. Superior Court of Los Angeles, California generally presumes that all of your workers are employees—not independent contractors. One potential workaround for this general presumption involves so-called “business-to-business” relationships (colloquially abbreviated “B2B”), in which one business contracts with another business to supply a worker that the latter business needs.