FDA Issues Warning Letter to Company for Marketing Unauthorized Tobacco Products


From the Center for Tobacco Products CTP Update FDA Issues Warning Letter to Company for Marketing Unauthorized Tobacco Products The FDA is announcing the issuance of a warning letter to Kretek International, Inc. for importing and distributing adulterated and/or misbranded smokeless tobacco products. Four products are adulterated because they are new tobacco products and do not [ ] The post FDA Issues Warning Letter to Company for Marketing Unauthorized Tobacco Products appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
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Why Your Company Should Have an Updated Business Plan?


An Orange County business lawyer can provide your company with assistance in creating a business plan that is up-to-date and that sets forth the current goals of your organization. Having a business plan is important to any company because the plan creates a roadmap that can help to guide the decisions that you make. You [ ] The post Why Your Company Should Have an Updated Business Plan? appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
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When is a Non-Compete Unenforceable?


Before your company drafts a non-compete, or before you sign one, you should consult with a non-compete dispute attorney. Irvine attorneys at Brown & Charbonneau, LLP can provide you with assistance understanding California laws on non-compete agreements so you can make informed choices when it comes to this type of contract.  Non-competes can provide important [ ] The post When is a Non-Compete Unenforceable? appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
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Should You Dissolve Your Company Over Shareholder Disputes?


An Orange County shareholder disputes lawyer can provide assistance in situations where co-owners of a company have become embroiled in a disagreement. The goal of a shareholder dispute is generally to resolve the source of conflict so the company can continue operations. Unfortunately, there are times when this is not possible and a company is [ ] The post Should You Dissolve Your Company Over Shareholder Disputes? appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
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Does an Employee Need to be Paid Overtime?


If your company hires workers, you need to talk with an Irvine employment lawyer to find out exactly what your obligations are under California law and federal law. There are many rules governing the employer/employee relationship, including minimum wage and overtime laws. Employees should also consult with an attorney if they believe their employer has [ ] The post Does an Employee Need to be Paid Overtime? appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
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What Are Some Common Reasons Companies are Sued?


If your company is sued, you need to get in touch with an Orange County corporate litigation attorney immediately. A lawsuit could damage the reputation of your business, could cost you money to defend against, and could result in a verdict against your business and in favor of the plaintiff. You need to be proactive [ ] The post What Are Some Common Reasons Companies are Sued? appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
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Should You Offer a Settlement if Your Company is Sued?


If your company is sued, you need to talk with Orange County trial lawyers. Attorneys with trial experience can help you to determine what your best response is to a business lawsuit. One of the possible responses that you may wish to consider is offering a settlement. However, a settlement is not appropriate in all [ ] The post Should You Offer a Settlement if Your Company is Sued? appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
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