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October 2014 Archives

Large-scale company faces discrimination case

There are various different types of issues that can lead to an employment litigation claim. Whether it is a sexual discrimination case, a wrongful discharge case, a protected class case or a wage and hour case, the courts will look at the nature of the employment-based claim and proceed accordingly.

Michigan teachers want a new contract now

One of the fastest growing areas of law is contract negotiations and contract disputes. Whether it be employment contracts or business contracts, there is a lot of litigation going on regarding contractual issues. Legally contracts can be written or oral, although oral contracts are a little bit more difficult to uphold in court. For a contract to be legally enforceable, there must be an offer, acceptance of that offer and mutual consideration, meaning some type of payment or promise to pay once the services have been rendered. This effectuates a proper contract. When there is a contract dispute, one of the abovementioned things is askew.

Forming a new business requires attention to detail

Starting a new business can be a daunting task. There is so much to think about and to do when considering beginning a business. Having a strong business idea and plan is a good starting point; however, there is so much more that goes into starting a business that it can quickly become overwhelming. With that being said, doing the proper research and knowing the proper procedures to follow will go a long way in giving a new business owner peace of mind. There is a plethora of information available to guide a start-up business through the process.

New legislation to protect Michigan interns from harassment

Employees have to deal with a lot at work: demanding bosses, long work days, competitive coworkers and stressful deadlines, just to name a few. Harassment should not be one of the things employees have to deal with on a daily basis, however. It interferes with work productivity and can result in significant negative consequences and effects on the employee. Fortunately, for most employees, there exists legal protection against suffering sexual harassment in the workplace.

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