No business owner starts out with the idea that he’s going to be the subject of an employment lawsuit. After all, very few owners have the intention of breaking any laws. (Granted, there are some people who do have the intention of breaking the law, but they aren’t the type who will research best practices on the internet.)
The problem is, that employment law is complex. Crazily complex, actually. Sometimes, you need an employment law attorney, but you don’t want to waste your money on high legal fees.
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