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Winding Down Doesn't Have to Mean Winding Up

There are times when the best thing an entrepreneur can do is to say "That's enough. It's time to stop operating this business." For some, the decision will entail passing the ...
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Franchisor as Joint Employer? Not So Fast....

One of the mainstays of franchising has been that a franchisee is an independent contractor, rather than an employee of the franchisor. In fact, a mantra of franchise organizations has been that a ...
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Minimum Wage Alert for Multi-State Employers

The dropping of the Waterford Crystal Ball in Times Square, New York City also ushers in an increase in the minimum wage in New York and 13 other states. The following states have adopted increases in ...
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Lower Merion Township Talk: Interview of Harold M. Goldner

Harold M. Goldner was interviewed on Lower Merion Township Talk in his capacity as Chair of the Lower Merion Human Relations Commission. This video is Copyright 2013, Township of Lower Merion ...
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Hot Tips in Employment Law 2013

By Harold M. Goldner 1. Score one for the employers. The Supreme Court handed a stunning victory to employers everywhere when it held that claims of retaliation against those who had engaged in ...
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