Delaware County Employment Lawyer Discusses Injured Employee’s Requesting to Work from Home

Media Employment Lawyer Discusses Injured Employee’s Requesting to Work from Home

Media Employment Lawyer Discusses Injured Employee’s Requesting to Work from Home  As an experienced Media Employment Attorney I am often asked by employers if they have to let an injured employee work from home if they ask. If you have an employee who suffers an injury and requires surgery that prevents him or her from driving…

Delaware County Business Attorney Explains Splitting from Your Business Partner with a Shareholder’s Agreement

Media Business Attorney Explains Splitting from Your Business Partner with a Shareholder’s Agreement

Media Business Attorney Explains Splitting from Your Business Partner with a Shareholder’s Agreement  As a dedicated Media Business Attorney, clients come to me all the time with questions about separating from your business partner with a shareholder’s agreement. If you and your partner wish to voluntarily break up and there is an agreement. Then what you…

Delaware County Employment Attorney Discusses If Overtime is Required by Law

Media Employment Attorney Answers “Is Overtime Required by Law?”

Media Employment Attorney Answers “Is Overtime Required by Law?”  As an experienced Media Employment Attorney I am often asked if overtime is required by law.  Overtime is required at least under federal law by the FLSA and it’s required for certain enumerated employees, but it’s easier to determine who isn’t eligible for overtime because there…

Legal Malpractice Avoidance Tip: Billing and Disputes

Legal Malpractice Avoidance Tip: Billing and Disputes

Legal Malpractice Avoidance Tip:  Billing and Disputes Billing disputes with clients often lead to malpractice claims. Rule 1.5 of the Rules of Professional Conduct requires that when an attorney has not regularly represented the client, the basis of the fee shall be communicated in writing before or within a reasonable time after commencing representation.   Rule…

Delaware County Business Lawyer Explains How to Involuntary Split from Your Business Partne

Media Business Lawyer Explains How to Involuntary Split from Your Business Partner

Media Business Lawyer Explains How to Involuntary Split from Your Business Partner  As a dedicated Media Business Lawyer, clients come to me all the time with questions about how to involuntary split from your business partner. If your breakup is not going to be voluntary and you do have an agreement, then what you have to…

Delaware County Employment Attorney Discusses Employees on Leave Who Haven't Returned

Media Employment Attorney Discusses Employees on Leave Who Haven’t Returned

Media Employment Attorney Discusses Employees on Leave Who Haven’t Returned  As an experienced Media Employment Attorney, I get questions all the time from clients about employees that applied for leave but haven’t returned yet. You have an employee who became ill and required some time off from work and you provided that time off from work. Assuming…

Delaware County Business Attorney Discusses Splitting from Your Business Partner Without a Shareholder’s Agreement

Media Business Attorney Discusses Splitting from Your Business Partner Without a Shareholder’s Agreement

Media Business Attorney Discusses Splitting from Your Business Partner Without a Shareholder’s Agreement  As an experienced Media Business Attorney I am often asked how one can split from their business partner without a shareholder’s agreement.  If there is no agreement in place, it becomes much more difficult. The options that you have at that point…