Weekly Employment Brief - December 16, 2003
12/16/2003 - California Court Permits Company to Fire Supervisor for Dating Subordinate/Policy Against Rehiring Violators of Workplace Rules Can Be Legitimate Reason to Refuse to Rehire Former Employee Who Resigned After Positive Drug Test
Honey Badger Don’t Care, but the Lanham Act Might
8/9/2018 - For the first time since it began balancing the competing interests of trademark plaintiffs and creators of expressive works, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit held this month in Gordon v. Drape Creative that the First Amendment may not
Convertible Note for Seed-Stage Startups
5/31/2018 - This form is a convertible note to be used in connection with the seed-stage financing of a startup company during which they build their product and test the market.
Fenwick Employment Brief - April 14, 2005
4/14/2005 - U.S. Supreme Court Allows Disparate Impact Theory in Age Discrimination Cases/Employers May Not Require Medical Examination Before Making 'Real' Job Offer