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Top Three Tips for Hiring Employees

Dominick J. Bratti

Hiring new employees can be difficult and stressful. Make the process easier by following these three tips for hiring employees.

The Lion Bite Case Sleeps in Nevada, But It's a Whale of a Story

Stephen C. Yohay

"The two cases present fascinating and divergent approaches to whether, and how, the issue of human contact with wild animals should be regulated by safety and health enforcement agencies."

Credit Bidding at Bankruptcy Sales: A Powerful Tool, But Not Absolute

Jeffrey C. Toole and Harry W. Greenfield

The authors discuss how recent bankruptcy cases may level the credit bidding playing field for lenders by initiating bidding caps during a bankruptcy sale process. They recommend proceeding with caution: Lenders who are overzealous, especially in “loan-to-own” scenarios, may invite accusations of unfair conduct that could undercut their right to credit bid.

Our Code of Honor

Wayne R. Gross

Wayne R. Gross recollects on how his career was shaped by men who lived by the military code of honor.

Which Entity Should I Form For My Business Enterprise?

Peter A. Greenbaum

This quick summary details the key legal issues for business owners to consider when trying to keep personal and business assets separate.

Beware Wage and Hour Law Traps

Megan Erickson Moritz

Beware these 5 wage and hour law traps that employers may not fully understand.

Is Blogging a Concerted Protected Activity?

Jeff Weintraub

You Can’t Blog About That! Or Can You?

CROWDFUNDING: A NEW WAY FOR SMALL BUSINESS TO RAISE CAPITAL IN THE DIGITAL AGE?

Jonathan Farrer

Crowdfunding has made an impact in the past year raising more than five billion dollars worldwide. Crowdfunding is still legJonathan Farrerally constrained in Australia, but it seems like that will soon end.

How to Pick a Jury

Lawrence H. Fleischman

Lawrence Fleischman recalls his early experience as a trial judge in 1985.

Eco-Friendly Product? Be Careful How You Advertise It

Elizabeth B. Partlow

Many companies label their products as "green", but what does this claim really mean?

Efficient Breach of Contract: If the Cost to Comply with a Contract Exceeds the Cost to Break It, What Can be Done?

James A. Rubenstein

"When a contract no longer makes economic sense, one must carefully evaluate whether the benefits of an efficient breach outweigh the costs."

“RED TAPE” TO “RED CARPET”? INDIA’S ELECTION RESULT PROVIDES OPPORTUNITIES FOR AUSTRALIA

Bruce Adkins

"Although discussion of foreign policy was not prominent during the election campaign (the focus being largely on domestic issues), a change in government could provide the impetus needed to re-invigorate the bilateral relationship between India and Australia."

Tips to Remember When Being Deposed

Brian P. Rickert

Depositions are a valuable tool that can be stressful on the person being questioned. Remember these six tips if you are going to be deposed.

Updated Corporate Statutes Make New Jersey More Attractive to Businesses

Edward T. Kole and Risa M. Chalfin

An analysis of the recently enacted derivative action statute.

Breaking Up is Hard to Do Part 2: Especially if you are Divorcing, Own Real Estate and Both Spouses are on the Loan

John J. Joseph

Previously, John J. Joseph detailed the complications of ending a relationship with someone while also owning property with them. This follow-up explains other difficulties experienced when breaking up.

 
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