In the wake of the global pandemic, many companies need to take quick action to reduce costs. This 40 minute webinar, co-hosted by the ACC Southern California Chapter, outlines the various cost-cutting strategies available to employers in the US, and walk participants through the major considerations necessary to minimize legal risk. Our speakers discuss how
In part one of this article, we discussed when and how multinational companies can use a noncompetition agreement on their highly skilled employees to protect their confidential information and other intellectual property. In particular, we described five key factors to consider before rolling out noncompete covenants around the world.
In part two, we analyze how…
Join us for a lunch briefing on November 12 in Palo Alto as we explore the top 5 trends impacting multinational employers in Latin America.
Hear from leading practitioners in 5 key LATAM jurisdictions – Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and Venezuela – as we address these key developments:
1. Tips for operating under the new…
Join us in our new Palo Alto office for a breakfast briefing on October 30 as we explore the top 5 trends impacting multinational employers in EMEA.
Hear from leading practitioners in 5 key EMEA jurisdictions – France, Germany, South Africa, Spain and the United Kingdom – as we address these key developments:
- It should become easier for international companies in France to demonstrate that they are experiencing financial difficulties
Join us for a breakfast briefing on March 27 in Palo Alto for an update on the latest trends and regulations impacting multinational employers in Latin America. Hear from leading practitioners in five key LATAM jurisdictions – Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and Venezuela – as we address hot topics that employers are facing right now…
- Increase in minimum wage – came through in May 2017
- Be aware of what right to reinstatement may end up
- Employers must review their workplace health and safety policies to ensure that anti-harassment polices are up to date
President Obama signed the Defend Trade Secrets Act into law on Wednesday, adding another layer of protection for companies’ trade secrets and garnering near-unanimous support in Congress. So what’s in this legislation that managed to bring the parties together, and more importantly, what does it mean for employers? Here are 5 key takeaways from the DTSA.
Continue Reading The Defend Trade Secrets Act – Making a Federal Case of It
Conducting a layoff can be a difficult and delicate process. The first step in any layoff is to determine which employees will be terminated. In the current business environment, the last thing any employer wants is an employee bringing suit! So, how can employers start off on the right foot to avoid a lawsuit by a disgruntled former employee?
Continue Reading Selecting Which Employees to Lay Off at Home and Abroad – RIF Series