Welcome to The Grindstone, Lewis Brisbois’s Labor & Employment Blog

February 25, 2019 In this day and age, we demand information at our fingertips, and expect answers that will guide our decisions within seconds. When running a business, this desire is even more pronounced, as one is often faced with situations that require quick, but well-informed, decisions. And with literally millions of sources that purport to provide you with accurate information, how are you to know what information you can trust?

In this day and age, we demand information at our fingertips, and expect answers that will guide our decisions within seconds. When running a business, this desire is even more pronounced, as one is often faced with situations that require quick, but well-informed, decisions. And with literally millions of sources that purport to provide you with accurate information, how are you to know what information you can trust?

The attorneys of Lewis Brisbois’ Labor & Employment Practice recognize this problem and want to address it. Whether you’re facing a potential non-competition or trade secret issue, or a potentially problematic termination, we want this blog to become your “go-to” resource for the information you need.

Of course, no blog can provide you with an in-depth analysis on how to handle your particular situation. Instead, The Grindstone will strive to provide you with general legal principles and frameworks so you know what questions to ask a legal professional, should your particular situation come to that.

In addition, we’ll provide the names of our own knowledgeable attorneys that can help you navigate the tricky terrain in which you and your business may find yourselves. Finally, we hope that you’ll find our posts fun, relevant, easy to read, and informative, without a bunch of confusing legal jargon.

Thank you for joining us on this journey. Click the “Subscribe for More Updates” button at the top right of this page to get notifications when new posts go up. And if you ever have a suggestion for a topic, do not hesitate to reach out!

Jon Olafson and Kayla Dreyer, Editors