Dealing with a Bad Customer; Litigate or Cut Your Losses?
Bad customers are a reality in any business. Attorney Sheryl Hunter explains “these are the customers who do not pay you, who make unreasonable demands or unwarranted complaints, or who threaten to defame you and…
- 21 Nov 2014
Is there a devil in the details of your employee handbook?
By: Adam Hersh, Esquire One of the most common things we are asked to review is a Company’s employee handbook. The employee handbook is a very important document because it contains the policies of…
- 8 Apr 2014
The Fair Labor Standards Act: Understanding Minimum Wage, Overtime and Exempt vs. Non-Exempt
By Adam Hersh, Esquire Every small business owner will eventually hear these words: minimum wage, overtime, and exempt vs. non-exempt employees. They may have some idea what these terms mean but are likely uncertain…
- 21 Jan 2014
Complying With Regulations Governing Your Small Business
The start of a new year brings a new set of challenges for any small business. One of the most common sources of frustration for small business owners is how to comply with the regulations…
- 10 Jan 2014
“Doing Business As” – Understanding the Difference Between an Entity Name, a Fictitious Name, a Domain Name, and a Trademark
Over the years representing small business owners I’ve witnessed a lot of confusion about the names used by businesses. This is understandable given the terms flying around – fictitious name, domain name, trademark… So let’s…
- 13 Aug 2013