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People You Should Know

Here’s a look at this week’s People You Should Know.

9 hours ago

How trolls affect your business, and how to handle them

Trolls: They can threaten your organization with litigation related to copyrights, patents and website accessibility. Here’s how to handle them.

2 weeks ago

When employees seek family and medical leave, this is what employers must know

Confused about when the start the Family and Medical Leave Act process for an employee who has an FMLA-qualifying reason? Woods Fuller outlines recent guidance from the U.S. Department of Labor.

1 month ago

Giving Back for May

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

2 months ago

The corn syrup wars and false advertising

From Super Bowl ad to lawsuit: What Bud Light’s corn syrup campaign can teach you about advertising your business.

3 months ago

People You Should Know

Here’s a look at this week’s People You Should Know.

3 months ago

Understanding the opportunity in qualified opportunity zones

Now may be the time to sell your low-basis assets if you take advantage of this investment opportunity. Tax attorney Matt Bock explains.

4 months ago

Employment laws are changing. Here’s what you need to know

There are a host of new or amended laws that will impact most employers in 2019.

5 months ago

Federal E-Verify program halted during government shutdown

During the government shutdown, employers do not have the ability to check whether their prospective hires are eligible to work. However, they still have a responsibility to verify employment eligibility. Confused yet? Woods Fuller helps sort it out.

6 months ago

Employee noncompete agreements: Are they enforceable under S.D. law?

Noncompetes: What you wondered about and maybe didn’t want to ask.

7 months ago

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