Explanation of Copyrights
Saper Law often receives inquiries related to employment law issues. For example:
- This employee is awful. How do I get rid of her?
- How should I properly hire and fire employees, and what accounting issues do I have to worry about?
- What policies should I have in place?
- What benefits do I have to give my employees?
- Do I need to carry any kind of insurance?
Just as often, we also receive inquiries related to post-employment law issues. For example:
- How do I make sure that former employees won’t steal my secrets or my customers?
- Are non-competes really enforceable?
- What is wrong with California law, seriously?
To delve into these issues in detail, we are inviting Charles Krugel, of Charles A. Krugel, Labor and Employment Law, & Marc Pullman, of Pullman and Gotkin, to speak at our February seminar.
Charles Krugel is an experienced, management-side, labor & employment attorney & litigator, & a small business person himself. He will help you understand the litigation process & costs by sharing examples of real cases he’s litigated & resolved.
Aaron Midler is a Saper Law associate whose practice focuses on a variety of business and intellectual property related matters. He will help you understand the considerations that go into drafting effective non-compete/non-solicit agreements and will highlight cases that Saper Law has litigated around these issues.
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It makes me question the same poster's recommendation for their vet
I just gotta wonder what's missing from OP's explanation...
Footnote, I wondered about OP's claim about venison and green peas cat meals. Yikes, venison is gourmet deer meat! And, who has time to cook unsalted peas every day?! I'm thinkin' sheesh, I knew the raw food diet was difficult to achieve! But this is too much! So I did a quick google... and my doubts were dashed on this one: LOL, there's a good brand of cat food that comes with that combination.
Whew! Insomniac surfing this board in the middle of the night can be hazardous to my sanity!
I got a funny one too!
An Explanation of Marketing
You see a handsome guy at a party. You go up to him and say, "I'm fantastic in bed."
That's Direct Marketing.
You're at a party with a bunch of friends and see a handsome guy. One of your friends goes up to him and pointing at you says, "She's fantastic in bed."
You see a handsome guy at a party. You go up to him ...ng home with your friend.
That's a Sales Rep.
Your friend can't satisfy him so he calls you.
That's Tech Support.
You're on your way to a party when you realize that there could be handsome men in all these houses you're passing. So you climb onto the roof of one situated toward the center and shout at the top of your lungs, "I'm fantastic in bed!"
IMPORTANT IMPORTANT dual post here!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Why is Half Moon bay cheaper to live in than Palo Alto/Menlo Park/ Portola Valley?
Seems way fuckin better over the hill to me, beach, bars, convenience stores, Mexican Carnicerias that sell 40s of EVERY brand of beer and pickled tripe.
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Significant amendments to the North Carolina Beer Franchise Law — Lexology
The bill strengthens the definition of “brand” as pertains to beer, by codifying the definition that currently exists in the North Carolina Administrative Code, 4 NCAC 2T.0103, within the statutes of the Beer Franchise Law. The codification of this …
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