Where Can Your LLC Be Sued?

In order for a federal court to have jurisdiction over a lawsuit, there are several requirements that must be met.  Failing to establish these requirements leaves a lawsuit open to an easy dismissal.  Unless the cause of action is brought under a federal statute, the amount in controversy in the lawsuit must be more than […]

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“I Agree” – Is It Binding?

Most people have never read the entirety of the terms and conditions of the iTunes end-user license agreement, or any other similar online agreement. Yet almost all of us have clicked on “I agree” and moved on, despite never having read what we are agreeing to. This risky move just became a little less risky. […]

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Does cutting hours to satisfy ACA, violate ERISA?

The Affordable Care Act, sometimes referred to as Obamacare or the ACA, requires employers who employ 50 or more “full-time equivalents” to offer affordable minimum-value coverage to those employees and their dependents or pay a penalty in the event that any of their full-time employees receive federal premium assistance to purchase individual coverage in the […]

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