Whether you’re an employee navigating the aftermath of a workplace injury, an employer seeking to understand your responsibilities, or simply someone curious about the complexities of workers’ compensation in the Tar Heel State, this comprehensive guide is designed to shed light on the critical aspects of workers’ compensation that you need to know. With a […]
If you’re choosing between a limited liability corporation versus a sole proprietorship, read about the advantages and disadvantages and how to choose the right option.
Are you an employer? If so, non-compete agreements are most likely a part of your company. Many companies have their employees sign them in the event that they leave or are dismissed. If you are an employer, be sure that your non-compete agreements are enforceable.
For customers who don’t pay for services, learn how contractors, mechanics, and other service providers can place property liens to secure payment.
When you are starting a business with someone, you may want to enter into a 50/50 operating agreement, in which both partners have equal weight in the company. On the other hand, you may have been told that an equal partnership is a terrible idea that will destroy the business over time. This is a […]
If you need a contract for your business, learn why you should rely on a business law attorney instead of doing it yourself.
Learn about workers’ rights regarding layoffs and whether you may be due compensation or a severance package.
Knowing your right’s as a worker can be essential when faced with a worker’s compensation case. Do you know what right’s you have when your employer is in another state than which you perform your work duties.
Non-compete agreements are a part of business, no matter being a business owner or employee. Here is some information to help you with your non compete situation.
Have you been properly compensated for signing your employment non-compete agreement? North Carolina law specifies that certain consideration must be provided to employees who sign a non-compete for their employer. Make sure you know what benefits you are entitled to receive.