Posts tagged "Business Litigation"

Trademark infringement can lead to business litigation

When a business feels threatened by another company, there may be various reasons. In some cases, that threat may exist because another company is infringing on a company's trademark, logo or other intellectual property. If so, business litigation could result if a company believes that such action is needed to protect its brand.

Tips for Louisiana business owners to avoid litigation

Owning a business can be a gratifying and lucrative endeavor. However, it does not come without risks, including the possibility of disputes and other matters that could result in a company facing a lawsuit. Louisiana business owners may find the following tips useful in limiting the potential for lawsuits, personal liability and expensive judgments that could jeopardize the future of the business.

What New Orleans businesses need to know about retaliation

Business strategies will not amount to much for many companies without the employees who put them into action. Many of the businesses here in New Orleans and the surrounding area would not be able to function with them. This means that whether a company is large or small, it needs to remain cognizant of the federal and state protections employees have, including those against retaliation.

Business litigation: Bakery awarded in defamation lawsuit

In the business world, a company's reputation can make or break it. Though Louisiana business owners often do their best to ensure customer and client satisfaction and operate their companies without questionable actions, some individuals may try to tarnish a company's reputation. In some instances, business litigation could result if libelous rumors are spread.

Netflix facing discrimination lawsuit

Federal and Louisiana laws protect employees who become pregnant by prohibiting their employers from firing them, harassing them or taking other negative actions simply because of their pregnancy or plans to take maternity leave. Any of these actions constitutes gender discrimination and can lead to serious consequences for the employer. Nevertheless, it is still common to hear of discrimination lawsuits alleging employers fired women who had recently announced their pregnancy.

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