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When is a Non-Compete Time Period Unreasonable?

Do you have a non-compete time period that seems too long? Read more about when an unreasonably long time restriction renders a non-compete agreement unenforceable. At Gardner Employment Law, we study the fine print of non-competes so our clients can

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The NLRB may redefine the definition of independent contractor

The NLRB May Redefine “Independent Contractor”

Changes are on the horizon as the NLRB (National Labor Relations Board) considers redefining “independent contractor.” Read on to find out if this action could affect you. At Gardner Employment Law, we stay current on federal and state regulations to

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An employee negotiating their severance package with their boss

Can Other Employees Get a Better Severance Package?

Is your company offering you the best severance package possible? In this article we explain how negotiating for a severance package works. At Gardner Employment Law, we provide services for almost every employment situation to help our clients secure the

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