Are you looking for employment lawyers In Dallas? Scott | Perez is the most unique employee-focused law firm in Dallas. We have one focus: advocating for employees. That’s it. With nearly two decades of experience representing large companies, we have now made it our mission to help individual employees from all walks of life without direct cost to them. We represent clients who want to file cases for employee discrimination, failure of necessary provisions for the employees which include accommodation and leave days for medical reasons, as well as any wages that have not been paid. With a 24-year corporate veteran and a progressive lawyer who speaks Spanish, Matt Scott and Javier Perez have created the premier employment law firm for any employee who needs a first-rate professional advocate. Matt Scott and Javier Perez are the Dallas Employment Lawyers to call if you want professional representation.
Yeager Employment Lawyers
Our well-rounded legal team is led by Robert Yeager, one of the longest-serving and most respected employee-side employment lawyers in Vancouver. For the last 23 years, Robert has played a key role in developing employment law in British Columbia. Today, our team draws from his experience and expertise to deliver what our clients expect from us: strong legal representation and favourable results.
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Consideration is the bargained-for legal benefit or detriment. Without it, parties do not form a contract. This is important in non-competition cases involving at-will employees, where the employee can escape a non-competition agreement if the employer did not provide any consideration for it. State courts are divided as to whether an additional day of at-will employment provides sufficient consideration for a non-competition agreement.One Michigan court observed that, because an employer gave an at-will employee nothing new for a non-compete signed three weeks after her at-will employment began, the "purported consideration for (the employee's non-compete agreement) appears to run afoul of the pre-existing duty rule." Krause & C. v. Schmidt, 2006 Mich. App. App. LEXIS 2052 (Mich. Ct. App. June 27, 2006 (citing Yerkovich v. AAA, 461 Mich. 732, 740-741 (Mich. 2000). Another Michigan court, however, reached the opposite conclusion. QIS, Inc. v. Indus. Quality Control, Inc., 262 Mich. App. 592, 594 (Mich. Ct. App. 2004)(Mere continuation of employment is sufficient consideration to support a noncompete agreement in an at-will employment setting).
The New Jersey Unemployment Appeal Center was created to help guide those New Jersey citizens who have lost their jobs through the unemployment benefits process. New Jersey unemployment compensation provide employees who lose their job due to no fault of their own with a form of compensation while they remain unemployed and continue looking for new work. The legislative purpose of New Jersey Unemployment Compensation law is to lighten the burden of unemployment which now so often falls with crushing force upon the unemployed worker and family. In enacting the New Jersey Unemployment Compensation Law, our legislature declared that economic insecurity due to unemployment is a serious menace to the health, morals, and welfare of the people of New Jersey.
Ty Hyderally is the Owner of Hyderally & Associates, P.C. with offices located in Montclair, New Jersey and New York, New York. He has been included in the list of Ten Leaders of Employment Law in Northern NJ and concentrates on Employment Law.1