I Need To Hire Someone for My Business; What Do I Need To Know?

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The goal of most businesses is to grow – at least somewhat.  However, in order to grow or to be able to step away from the business for a personal life, vacation, or other ventures, you’ll need help with day-to-day operations.  If you’ve never hired someone before – or it’s been a long time – don’t worry – here’s the …

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Laws, Rules, & Regulations That May Not Apply To Small Businesses

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An extraordinary number of laws, rules, and regulations govern businesses and their employees.  A small business, however, may be exempt from one or more of them depending on its number of employees. For example: Discrimination Laws. Small businesses may be exempt from Title VII, the ADA and the ADEA: Title VII. Title VII prohibits employers from discriminating against employees on …

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Interested in Learning More About Insurance for Farms, Ranches, Agri-Businesses and Food Entrepreneurs?

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I moderated a webinar for the American Bar Association’s (“ABA”) General Practice Solo & Small Firm Division’s Agriculture Law Committee on insurance for the farmer, rancher, agri-business or food entrepreneur.  The recording is available for purchase here.  This is a substantive CLE program covering many types of insurance including, but not limited to, Farmowners’ Comprehensive Liability Program (“FCLP”), commercial insurance, …

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Missed the Local Food CLE? Don’t Worry, You Can Get the Recording

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Last Thursday I moderated a fantastic local food law CLE (i.e., “Continuing Legal Education”).  The faculty worked hard putting together substantive materials for the attendees including relevant ancillary materials (such as this, this, and this).  If you missed the live webinar, you can purchase the CLE from the American Bar Association’s (“ABA”) webstore here. Though the CLE was directed to …

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Saturday Links

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It’s been a busy week.  I have been catching up on my blog feed before heading to the gym.   This is what I found: This month’s Pennsylvania State Agriculture Law Brief has updates on the G-20 Action Plan, Hydraulic Fracturing, and the White House Rural Council. I excitedly received a Google+ invite this week from a respected family law …

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