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In California, all employment – with notable exceptions – is considered at-will. This means that either employer or employee can terminate the employment arrangement at any time for any or no reason at all. In other words, an employer can terminate an employee without cause or warning.

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Contract disputes can be heated and divisive and often do irreparable damage to existing business relationships. They are generally multifaceted affairs involving an overabundance of documentation and correspondence. Having a knowledgable business litigation attorney is essential when a dispute escalates to the courtroom.

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Although most online reviews are protected under the First Amendment (freedom of speech), a reviewer may be found guilty of defaming a business, by the court, for posting factually incorrect accusations about their products or services.

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Trade libel is a form of defamation, slander, or falsehood in which one party attempts to damage the reputation or quality of another party’s name, services, or products. Legally speaking, when a party makes a false claim against a company, the company may, in turn, sue that party for trade libel.

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Companies either intentionally try to defraud other companies or customers, or they commit mistakes that appear to look fraudulent. In either case, a company needs to consider securing legal representation when accused of fraud.

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Data breaches are the single greatest threat to business continuity today. Companies that range from startups to established enterprises are all targets of criminals who continually find new ways to hack into an organization’s infrastructure.

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Regardless of the measures that a company takes to mitigate a lawsuit, a disgruntled employee, injured client, or a dissatisfied customer may still bring a claim that threatens the company’s reputation and business continuity.

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In legal terms, trade secret infringement is referred to as trade secret misappropriation. The misappropriation may happen intentionally or by mistake. In either case, the company may have a right to bring legal action against the offender.

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