Labor & Employment

Disaster Response & Recovery Roger Royse: Disaster Response and Recovery. Steps to take in the wake of a disaster. Good morning. This is Roger Royse. I'm the founder of the Royse Law Firm. Today's webinar is on disaster response and what to do to ensure business continuity...

Employers must comply with both Federal and state employment laws and regulations. Most companies face the challenge of keeping up to date with the ever changing landscape of employment laws and regulations which typically vary from state to state. While there are a host of...

If you do not know the answer to this question, or if you do, the next question is whether your company should be using them. That question may get more difficult in the coming months due to proposed legislation from both sides of the aisle...

It was recently announced in a press release that large and well-known California-based tech company is being sued for employment discrimination. This suit is purported to be a class action that will represent those former employers of the company who were laid-off (allegedly) because of...

There are some words with which a corporate director wants to avoid all association. One of those phrases is ‘red flag.’ She or he never wants to hear that there are red flags that a corporate officer should be paying attention to before going forward...

In September of 2015, the Deputy Attorney General for the Department of Justice (DOJ) circulated a memo that detailed a change in how corporate officers would be treated by the federal government. Known as the Yates Memo, this document puts all corporate officers on notice...

A recent decision by a federal district court in California underscores the importance of attorney-client privilege when the client is a corporation. That case answered the question of whether attorney-client privilege survives the dissolution of a corporation. The answer to that question, ruled by the...

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