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Libman Law LLP Helps With Many Types of Employment Law Issues Including Wrongful Dismissal, Alleged Unpaid Wages, Breach of Non-Competition Agreements, Among Other Things!
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Understanding the Rights and Duties of Employers and Employees Within Employment Relations
The various disputes and lawsuits that may arise from employment relationships are more and more frequent in the world today as long gone are the days of substantial loyalties between employer and employee whereas times have changed since days when a boss would be a dinner guest or a gold watch was given to a thirty (30) year employee.
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The Employment Relationship Law:
Modification to the terms of an employee's compensation, position, duties, or other aspects of the employment relationship may give an employee the right to...Learn More
Whether a person is legally deemed as an employee or as a contractor can result in significant turning points within employment law disputes.Learn More
Case law now shows that when an employee takes a 'frustration of contract' position due to the poor health of the employee, the employee is entitled to...Learn More
An employee has a duty to provide proper notice. Perhaps the proper notice of employment resignation is less known as such arises in the common law only and...Learn More
If an employee fails to seek new employment within a reasonable period of time, or fails to keep proof of the effort, the employer may become excused from...Learn More
The law provides extensive obligations upon employers to provide a fair wage for employees. The fair wage requirements include statutory minimum pay...Learn More
The nature of conduct that rises to the level of just cause for termination of employment without usual termination rights requires a proper contextual review.Learn More
Generally known as 'non-competition' or 'non-solicitation' clauses, these contract terms are often struck down or applied in a very limited fashion by the...Learn More