Are Employers Entitled to Monitor an Employee’s Company Cell-Phone?
- posted: Jan. 25, 2017
- Business,  Employee Rights,  Invasion of Privacy,  Company property
In City of Ontario v. Quon, the Supreme Court ruled that employers have the right to read employees’ text messages – including personal ones – if they believe that the Read More
Monitoring Employee Emails: An Invasion of Privacy?
- posted: Aug. 30, 2016
- Uncategorized,  Employment Issues,  Employee Rights,  Invasion of Privacy
From company credit cards to company cars, and company cell phones to company email accounts, employers these days provide it all to their employees, and while such perks are mostly Read More
Benefits of Forming a Business Partnership in California
Starting a business is a new and exciting adventure, but it is also one that requires asking a lot of important questions and making a lot of important, often irrevocable Read More
The Business Judgment Rule and Liability
The business judgment rule is an important aspect of business, and an essential instrument in a high-level executive’s toolbox. Corporate directors are required to make important business decisions on a Read More
Unfair Competition in the Golden State
- posted: May 20, 2016
- Uncategorized,  Business,  Corporate Espionage,  Unfair Competition
Movies often portray business leaders in a less than favorable light, showing dastardly businessmen and women engaging in less than honorable behavior toward partners, customers, and rivals under the auspices Read More