The Tennessee Court of Appeals is clarifying what changes an employee handbook from mere guidelines for the workplace to a binding contract between workers and their employer. In Mankin Media Systems v. Timothy Corder, an audio-visual and lighting systems integration company filed suit against a former employee for interfering with its customer relationships when the employee … [Read more...] about CODE OF CONDUCT OR BINDING CONTRACT? COURT FINDS HANDBOOK NOT AN ENFORCEABLE CONTRACT IN APPELLATE VICTORY FOR THOMPSON BURTON
United States Department of Justice Seeks Criminal Penalties for a Man Who is Allegedly Selling Dietary Supplements Online in Violation of Prior Court Orders On July 29, 2015, the U.S. Department of Justice announced that it is pursuing criminal contempt sanctions against a Livingston, Montana, man for selling dietary supplements and drugs in violation of two court orders. Toby … [Read more...] about The Moral of the Story – Do it right the first time, and do it right all the time.