Company files business litigation against former employee

On behalf of Kadish & Anthony Law Group posted in Construction Litigation on Monday, September 28, 2015. Many Arizona companies require employees to sign non-disclosure and non-compete agreements as part of their employment agreements when they are hired. In order for those agreements to be enforceable, they must meet certain requirements under state law. This will ensure that, if a violation occurs, a company canContinue reading

Employee contract disputes can wreak havoc on businesses

On behalf of Kadish & Anthony Law Group posted in Contract Disputes on Thursday, September 17, 2015. Most Arizona companies want to be fair with their employees, but the bottom line is that the goal of most businesses is to make a profit. Personnel is often the most costly expense they have. For this reason, when employee contract disputes arise, they can wreak havoc onContinue reading

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Take steps to protect your business at every turn

On behalf of Kadish & Anthony Law Group posted in Business Formation & Transactions on Friday, September 15, 2017. When you start a business, making sure that you have the correct formation is imperative. Once you have this done, you need to make sure that the transactions that pertain to the company are all handled in the appropriate manner. We know that you may haveContinue reading

Business litigation commenced over car bought at auction

On behalf of Kadish & Anthony Law Group posted in Business Litigation on Friday, September 11, 2015. Arizona car enthusiasts most likely know about the Barrett-Jackson car auction that takes place here in the northern part of the state each year. Numerous classic cars are auctioned off at this prestigious auction. Recently, a man who purchased one of the cars at the auction earlier thisContinue reading

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Business litigation between Boeing and employees to settle

On behalf of Kadish & Anthony Law Group posted in Business Litigation on Wednesday, September 2, 2015. Some Arizona readers may already be aware that Boeing has agreed to settle a lawsuit involving numerous employees who participate in the company’s 401(k) plan. The business litigation centers around fees charged to the participants. The Boeing case is one of several filed in an attempt to compensateContinue reading

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