Posts Tagged ‘business law’

According to the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), 63% of small businesses were affected this year by the rise in insurance premiums, and 52% of those businesses suffered financial loss.  33% raised their prices to help cover the costs associated with the rise in premiums.  Small business owners can expect to pay even more […]

Under New York State law, businesses with fewer than fifty full time employees are not legally mandated to provide a company health insurance plan.  Employers with fifty or more full time employees that chose not to offer coverage could face financial penalties imposed by the Affordable Care Act’s Employer Shared Responsibility (ESR) provision.  However, for […]

If your business is facing harm due to the conduct of another business or person, immediate relief is necessary.  Whether a competitor is violating your trademark or patent rights, breached a contract, sharing trade secrets, or is attempting to put you out of business, an injunction is the remedy for such scenarios.  An injunction is […]

It’s that time of the year again when many companies celebrate the upcoming holiday season by holding parties for their employees. While these events are intended as opportunities for staff to relax and enjoy themselves, they can be a hotbed of potential liability. Even if you host your holiday party off-site, the law may hold […]

We’ve often discussed importance of keeping accurate records of the hours your employees work. Here is another example of how accurately tracking your employee’s time working can help protect your business from possible claims brought by employees under the New York State Labor Law. According to § 162 of the New York Labor Law, businesses […]

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