Gerbers Law, S.C. would like to welcome business Attorney Nicholas Burkett!Read More
Finding out that there is an easement on your property could make you worry. This post will inform you of the basic knowledge of easement rights. What they are, the different types, and how long they can last.Read More
You find yourself in a position where your employee is injured and you would like to make cuts to your staff. Can you refuse to rehire an injured employee without fearing a legal battle? Read More
In this blog post we will discuss all that you need to know about mediation. Mediation is a great alternative to the lengthy court process. This process can also be more cost effective, confidential, and unlike court cases, parties have the ability to influence the outcome of the decision. Read More
Employers Beware: Enforceability of Non-Solicitation Agreements Following Court of Appeals Decision in Manitowoc Company v. Lanning
If your company utilizes non-solicitation agreements aimed at preventing employee poaching, it is now more important than ever to ensure that the terms of those agreements satisfy the elements of Wis. Stat. § 103.465 and that they are drafted with recognition of the nuances developed over time by the courts in cases related to non-competition agreements enforceability. Read More
When a tenant fails to pay rent there are several steps a landlord must take to serve the proper eviction notice. An important factor that governs the eviction notice is the terms of the lease agreement length. Providing an improper notice can cause delays in the eviction or collection of payment.Read More
Employee data theft is a growing concern for businesses with the increased use of smart phones, tablets and laptops in the workplace. There are a few easy steps a business can take to protect themselves from such theft. If any employee does steal confidential programs or data a business may seek compensation for loss and damages.Read More
The holiday season is upon us, which means that the annual office Christmas party is coming up! While this is a great time to connect with employees and coworkers, business owners should also be aware of the simple precautions that they can take to protect themselves from any unwanted liability.
A new overtime pay law that was supposed to take effect on December 1, 2016 has been blocked by a Federal U.S. District Judge . The law was set to provide overtime pay eligibility to employees making less than $47,500.
There is a specific process required in returning a tenant’s security deposit and only certain amounts may be withheld from the tenant’s security deposit. Failure to follow the correct procedures related to returning and withholding a tenant’s security deposit may expose a landlord to unwanted liability.