Employment Law

Employment Law

"Whose e-mails do you want me to download?"

More often than not, clients do not have a written Injury Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) as required by Cal-OSHA, even if an employer has just one employee.

Despite most employers’ savvy on ‘standard’ agreements, employers are often without sufficient commission agreements with their sales staff which can turn into a potential nightmare, especially when the employee leaves the company.

Most employers have confidentiality agreements with employees who have access to the company's pricing information, client rosters, profit margins, customer purchasing habits, and other information that could be considered a trade secret of the company.

Cal-OSHA has renewed enforcement of heat illness regulations and employers should take a hard look at their policies to avoid getting hit with a citation.

Appeals and Writs

Appeals and Writs

The transition phase between judgment and appeal can be tricky.

A motion for reconsideration filed after post-judgment motion tolls the time to appeal, right? Maybe.

Employment Law Seminars


A "How To" for Employers on Handling Employees

May 21, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Please join us for a half-day seminar for business owners, supervisors and human resources professionals to cover the most common issues that come up in the employment relationship.  Attorneys from the employment law firm Clark*Everson LLP, Meghan B. Clark and Danielle R. Everson, will discuss frequent costly mistakes made by employers, and how to avoid those problems before they lead to lawsuits.