July '10 Newsletter, Including When Attorneys Go (Way) Too Far


Welcome to the July '10 edition of our newsletter!

As noted in the newsletter, we're proud to announce the availability of our new Free book on a specific area of contract law, "When You Don't Have a Written Agreement." You can download a Free copy of the book by simply filling out the order form that can be accessed at www.nysmallbusinessattorney.com.

This articles in this edition of the Newsletter include the following:

When Attorneys Go (Way) Too Far

When NY Employers Condition Post-Employment Benefits on a Non-Compete

When NY Courts Reach Absurd Results: Worker in Collapsed Trench Deemed a "Trespasser"; and,

How Parents Can Be Held Negligent in NY for Their Kids' Dangerous Acts

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