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Disgruntled Workforce Means Problems

If you have a morale problem with your workforce, you better do something about it... fast. When you have a disgruntled worker, it always leads to problems. As a business owner, here are the problems I see when a person turns bad apple: They "poison the well" and...

Americans with Disabilities Act 25 Years Old Today

On July 26, 1990, President George H.W. Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act into law. The law's goal is to ensure equal opportunities for people with disabilities by mandating greater accessibility and reasonable accommodations in public transportation,...

How to Use Releases to Prevent Employee Lawsuits

If I had a dollar for every time a client told me that some dispute should be easy to resolve, or they can't imagine that the other side would litigate... well, I pretty much do because I always end up defending those "surprising" lawsuits. Being a lawyer makes you...

Boys and Girls Restrooms Have Nothing to Do With Sex

I remember going the the ABA's employment law boondoggle in 2010. Occasionally, I like to get my law geek on. On the second day, I attended a panel session on emerging sex discrimination issues. One of the panel lawyers was a transgender woman. We were discussing the...

5 Must-Read Business Books That Might Change Your Life

I have a college degree in English Literature. So you would think that I read a lot of novels. You'd be wrong. Since I graduated, I have mostly read must-read business books and law books. It's not that I'm boring. (Although I may be that.) Rather, I'm extremely...

What do you need to know about Equal Pay laws?

With the current surge of women's rights issues in the news, equal pay laws have been receiving a lot of attention. As an employer, you should be aware of both state and federal laws governing this area. For example, California Labor Code 1197.5 prohibits the payment...

Things to Consider When Getting A Business Credit Card

No matter what sized business you are, cash flow is a major consideration. In fact, I'd say that cash flow is the King Kong issue of any business. Whether you are just starting out, or you’ve been running a business for several years, you’ll find that ensuring ongoing...

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Alicia Dearn

Alicia I. Dearn is the founder of Bellatrix PC, a woman-owned law firm with offices in Missouri and California. Bellatrix PC handles lawsuits and business transactions. We advise in business, employment, real estate, intellectual property, civil litigation, and election law.


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