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Are Door to Door Salesman Employees or Independent Contractors

Connecticut employers and small businesses often look to save money on payroll expenses by classifying individuals as independent contractors rather than employees. The practice, while …

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Can I Use a Competitor’s Trademark in My Google Ad?

Google Ads is a powerful way to drive business to your company’s website, no doubt.  By bidding on keywords and crafting relevant ad content, your …

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What’s a Connecticut SLAPP Lawsuit?

Last year Connecticut’s Governor signed into law a statute that now about 33 states have.  Click here for an overview of the states’ laws.  Click here  for Connecticut’s law’s legislative history.  …

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What Can I Do If a Customer Gives My Small Business a Bad Review?

You’re a small business owner who provides a service; maybe you’re a contractor, landscaper or own a bakery. You have built a strong reputation in …

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SCOTUS’ Bristol Meyers Decision Applies to Personal Jurisdiction in Connecticut State Court

In 2017 in Bristol Meyers Squibb Co. v. Superior Court of California, the United States Supreme Court narrowed the concept of personal jurisdiction. Bristol Meyers …

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What Happens When a Partner Leaves and Takes Clients?

I love reading about cases involving partnerships and employment law.  It’s the best of both worlds; commercial law and employment law. What happens when one …

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This Jury Verdict Should Concern Small Business Attorneys

A jury tagged Alston & Bird yesterday with a legal malpractice verdict arising out of allegations that one of its partners failed to properly advise and protect …

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What’s a Trade Secret If I Don’t Keep it Secret?

Nothing. Seriously, though, even large companies, like Ford Motor Company, seem to forget this. And it will probably end up costing it a lot of …

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Thoughts on the Sandy Hook Supreme Court Hearing

On Tuesday the Connecticut Supreme Court heard arguments from the lawyers for some of the families suing Remington Arms over the marketing and sale of …

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Should I Work for the Business That Just Bought Mine?

If you are thinking of selling your business to another company, we think you’re going to want to read this blog post. Because often times …

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