Tag Archives: Employment Law

Avoiding Wage and Hour Lawsuits in the Financial Services Industry

Wage and hour lawsuits under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) make up a significant percentage of employment lawsuits in the United States, and particularly in Florida. That trend holds true in the financial services industry, despite such lawsuits being … Read Full Post

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Florida Non-Compete Agreements and Protecting Referral Sources and Patient Lists

Many businesses require their employees to sign non-compete agreements, as a condition of their employment.  In Florida, those non-compete agreements and their enforceability are governed by Section 542.335 of the Florida Statutes.   As discussed more fully below, referral sources and … Read Full Post

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Workforce Guidance for Construction Companies Returning to Full Operation

Many Florida construction companies have spent the past month in varying states of partial operation due to the Governor’s stay-at-home order related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Although restraints are now starting to be lifted, that does not mean things will … Read Full Post

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An Employer’s Guide to Drafting and Enforcing Non-competition Agreements

As Florida’s workforce becomes more specialized and mobile, the economic climate becomes increasingly competitive for employers to protect their business interests. In an effort to protect those interests, employers frequently include restrictive covenants, or non-competition language, within their employment agreements … Read Full Post

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