Guest Post: Non-Competes for Yoga Studios

Non-Compete Agreement Protects Florida Studio from Unfair Competition by Former Employee In late July 2018, Gainesville Health and Fitness (the “Club”) sued one for its former yoga and Pilates instructors for breach of contract, tortious interference with business relationships, unjust enrichment and violations of Florida’s Uniform Trade Secrets Act. According to the Club, this former… More

Flat Fee, Budget Friendly Legal Work

My law firm is rolling out new FLAT FEE, BUDGET FRIENDLY legal products. It includes employment law packages from me– but also flat fee and discounted rates on financing, corporate formation, leasing, immigration, succession planning…. just about everything a new company needs. And these packages/pricing options are available for non-start ups too! The video below… More

Background Check Violations Prove Costly

Some employers are surprised to learn that the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) governs employment background checks. They are also shocked to find out that failure to comply with the FCRA’s disclosure and authorization requirements can be very expensive. As an example, Delta Air Lines reached a proposed $2.3 million settlement agreement last month… More

Seminar- Hiring & Firing in the #MeToo Era

I’m speaking as part of the panel at the upcoming Small Business Network seminar. Please join us on December 6 from 8-9:30 in Rockville, Maryland!   Contact info: Meredith S. Campbell Chair, Employment and Labor Group, Shulman Rogers | T 301.255.0550 | F 301.230.2891