Does an agreement between an employer and an employee to resolve any employment disputes through individual arbitration (as opposed to through a class or collective action) violate the employee’s right to engage in protected concerted activity under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA)? That is the issue before the U.S. Supreme Court as it heard its first oral argument of this term on the first Monday of October.
When you form an LLC or a corporation with a commercial formation company, you’ll usually receive as part of the package a fancy-looking fake leather binder, sometimes with a heavy metal document sealer thingy. Often, this binder sits on your shelf, gathering dust, doing you and your company absolutely no good. There are many reasons to have a corporate book, but the two most important, in my humble opinion, are for business succession and litigation planning.
We are seeing Northern Nevada build something that is larger than the sum of its parts. The region is growing an economic ecosystem that will sustain a wide range of businesses for years to come. But Nevada’s small businesses potentially face a wide range of potential litigation related to their employees.