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Go to jail? Go directly to jail? Antitrust criminal liability for HR professionals, companies

Once an employer successfully finds a quality employee, it’s understandable for the company to take measures to keep that employee. However, sometimes these measures create worse problems than they solve.

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Sole proprietorships, partnerships, corporations, LLCs: What’s the difference?

Business owners and entrepreneurs often inquire about what is the most appropriate legal entity structure for their business and differences between the various options. Here’s how to start finding out which is right for you.

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Website accessibility: Is your business at risk?

There was a sharp increase in litigation last year over website accessibility. Here’s how to make sure yours is in compliance.

4 months ago Views

Attorney returns home after time in D.C., Seattle

This week’s Up-and-Comer is Siri Buller, an attorney at Woods, Fuller, Shultz & Smith PC.

4 months ago Views

From #MeToo to marijuana, an employment law year in review

The area of employment law made a lot of headlines in 2017. Having trouble keeping up with what it means for your business? This recap will help.

5 months ago Views

Giving Back for January

Giving Back recognizes businesses and organizations that are helping our communities.

6 months ago Views

Tax reform and your business: What you need to know

The recently passed tax reform bill will have significant implications for individuals, small businesses, nonprofit organizations and corporations.

6 months ago Views

Sexual harassment: 5 steps to protect your employees, company

As demonstrated in recent months, no workplace or industry is immune from allegations of sexual harassment or misconduct. Here are five things you can do to protect your staff and your business.

7 months ago Views

You received a subpoena. What now?

Service of a subpoena can be a frustrating event for a business, as most are unfamiliar with the process and subpoenas often request sensitive information. Here’s what you need to know.

8 months ago Views

Workplace bullying: An attorney’s perspective

Workplace bullying comes in many forms — and some are illegal. Here’s what attorney David Kroon says you need to know.

9 months ago Views

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