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Are strippers entitled to minimum wage?
The dancers at Tattletales, the same one immortalized in the Motley Crue song, Girls, Girls, Girls, in Atlanta, Georgia are seeking to be paid minimum wage pursuant to the Fair Labor Standards Act.
are salaried employees entitled to overtime
So your boss has handed you big promotion. He has made you a manager and has agreed to pay you a salary. After awhile you realize that your pay is about the same. You do the same job that you performed prior to the promotion.
The Not So Friendly "Business Divorce"
A brief guide on the nature and shape of a business break-up
Washington State LLC formation Insructions
How to Form Your LLC in Washington State. The step by step process is laid out with links to important State and Federal websites necessary for your to complete the process. Get detailed instructions.
Protect Your Trade Secrets Before It is Too Late
Protect your trade secrets by making sure that they are well defined and kept secret. You must also have effective policies in place so that employees know what is trade secret and what is not. Failure to timely and adequately take these steps could lead to loss of trade secret protection.
ARE YOU A CONTRACTOR? MAYBE OR MAYBE NOT…
In Florida, it is a criminal offense to engage in contracting work or otherwise act in the capacity of a contractor without a valid Florida contractor’s license.
CALIFORNIA LENDING & FINANCIAL SERVICES LAW BLOG
CALIFORNIA LENDING & FINANCIAL SERVICES LAW BLOG
Alan Garner, In-House Attorney
Detailing experience as in-house counsel
Simplifying Investor Relations & Equity Crowd Funding
How To Simplify And Manage Investor Relations When Raising Capital Online Through A Crowd Funding Portal Under Rule 506(c) Of Regulation D
Divorcing Florida couples wanting to keep their business should consider mediation
Many Florida married couples are also co-owners of a business. This arrangement can work well while the marriage does.
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