In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Congress enacted legislation to assist U.S. workers and to define an employer’s new obligations to those workers.
Take the right steps in ensuring the safety of your employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Does Florida Law Provide Relief to Contracting Parties in the Form of the Doctrines of Impossibility of Performance, Acts of God, Frustration of Purpose, and Force Majeure, Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)?
For business and business owners, this global pandemic can be worrisome and fearful. In an attempt to prevent the Coronavirus COVID-19 from affecting you, please keep in mind the following tips.
A lawsuit begins when a Plaintiff (the party bringing a lawsuit) files a Complaint, which is a document that outlines the Plaintiff’s case. The Complaint must then be served on the Defendant, who is the party being sued (in this case you). Service means that the Complaint is formally delivered to the party being sued by a licensed process server. In some situations there are alternative ways to make service.
An often overlooked priority when launching a new business, particularly when there are partners involved, should be to create an operating agreement.
Cyberbullying is a term recently introduced to describe a new form of bullying. With the wide spread access to computers, social media, and e-mail, children and teens are potentially exposed to bullying anywhere and at anytime.
AG Law congratulates Mr. Callison, who was selected in 2013 by Martindale-Hubbell and American Lawyer magazine as a South Florida Top Rated Lawyer in the area of Labor and Employment Law.
What?!? But he signed an independent contractor agreement!" Sound familiar? We hear it often when a claim for payroll taxes, unemployment insurance or workers' compensation benefits is filed by/on behalf of someone who works/worked for one of our clients.
Orion G. Callison, III has joined the Law Office of Alexis Gonzalez, P.A., in Coconut Grove. Mr. Callison focuses his practice on commercial litigation, employment law, education law and appeals.