While the process may appear daunting at first, registering a copyright is an essential first step in protecting your legal rights in your work. The benefits that are associated with…Read More »
What type of work is protected under US Copyright law? What is an example of a recent copyright infringement case?
Title 17 of the United States Code includes the Copyright Law of the United States. Title 17 defines what type of work is protected under the Copyright Law. Under Title…Read More »
According to the California Labor Code, at-will employment is employment that has no set duration and may therefore be terminated at any time and for any reason by either the…Read More »
On “National Equal Pay Day,” President Obama Signs Two Executive Orders Designed to Cut into the National Gender Wage Gap.
In what is being viewed as a push toward gender equality in the workplace, President Obama signed two executive orders on April 8, 2014, relating to fair pay for women. …Read More »
California Labor Code Section 1102.5 was enacted in 1984 to protect employees who report violations of state and federal laws by their employers. Under this law, employers are prevented from…Read More »