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No One is Safe From Arbitration; Even Domestic Employees

Arbitration agreements aren’t just reserved for service contracts. Employees are beginning asked to sign as a term of their employment.

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Posh Beverly Hills Sushi Restaurant Urasawa Fined for Wage Theft

Former employees sue for wage and hour violations of employment law, says LA wage and hour lawyer Eric Grover.

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Study: California’s Low-Wage Workers Aren’t Receiving Court-Ordered Claims

Thousands of low-wage workers aren’t receiving the money owed them from judgments, says San Francisco wage and hour lawyer Eric Grover

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Proposed Bills May Bring Big Changes To California Employment Laws

Several proposed bills may affect current California labor laws, says LA employment lawyer Eric Grover

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Using Facebook in Employment-Related Litigation

Did you know that employment lawyers are now using social media to prove their cases?

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Dallas Noncompete Lawyer Discusses Evolution of Texas Noncompete Law

/cdklawyers.com// 10/26/2012 Dallas noncompete lawyer Keith Clouse has practiced employment law for over 20 years. During that time span, he has closely monitored trends and developments in noncompete

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Dallas Employment Lawyer: Consult a Lawyer Before Signing a Release

/cdklawyers.com// 07/29/2012 When an employer terminates an employee, the employer may offer the employee severance funds in exchange for the employee’s release of any legal claims against

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Dallas, Texas Non-Compete Lawyer Discusses Reformation of Non-Compete Agreements

/cdklawyers.com// 07/08/2012 Dallas, Texas non-compete lawyer Keith Clouse both drafts non-compete agreements and litigates disputes over alleged breaches of non-compete agreements. He notes that,

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Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Rules on Texas Employment Law Matter

/cdklawyers.com// 05/05/2012 The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that employees could not pursue claims against their former employer for fraudulently inducing them to terminate their

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Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Rules on Texas Employment Law Matter

/cdklawyers.com// 05/05/2012 The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that employees could not pursue claims against their former employer for fraudulently inducing them to terminate their

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