Statutory attorney fees

Under the standard “American Rule,” each party in litigation is responsible for its own attorneys’ fees unless provided by statute (or by contractual agreement of

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Equitable Remedy

Equitable remedy is a type of compensation given through legal proceeding to restore an injured or aggrieved person to the position they were in before

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Noncompete Clauses

FTC considers eliminating them If you are an employer concerned that an employee will go to work for a competitor, taking valuable clients or corporate

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A New Minimum Wage, Again

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) establishes minimum wage, overtime pay, record keeping, and youth employment standards affecting employees in the private sector and in

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Common Objections at Trial

Courtroom objections are an essential component of trial when applied properly, they can contribute to winning the case. A courtroom objection is a statement made

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A subpoena is a court-ordered command that requires an individual to appear in court and testify, or produce documents as part of a lawsuit. The

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Florida Overtime Laws

There are different classifications an employer might assign to an employee, such as regular full-time, exempt and non-exempt. These classifications affect how the employer will

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