Contributor Page
Berman Fink Van Horn P.C.
Email  |  Website  |  Articles
Contact Details
Tel: +1 404 261 7711
3475 Piedmont Road, NE
Suite 1100
GA 30305
United States
By William J. Piercy
In business contracts, do you know the difference between reasonable efforts vs. best efforts?
By Kenneth N. Winkler
If you engage workers as independent contractors, you may be faced with a Department of Labor (DOL) Wage and Liability form one day.
By Thomas E. Sowers
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is scheduled to go into effect on January 1, 2020. The CCPA was signed into law in June 2018
By Malone Allen
According to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act ("CFAA"), is it a federal crime for employees to shop online while in the workplace?
By Daniel H. Park
When you or your company receive a copyright infringement notice, it is important to understand the potential damages you or your company may be exposed to. On the other hand, if you discover ...
By Neal F. Weinrich
A question that frequently arises in non-compete cases is whether the duration of a former employee's non-compete clause can be extended by a court.
By Benjamin I. Fink
In a recent decision, a loan agreement was found to have restrained trade by calling for a $10,000 penalty triggered simply by the fact of competition. Wind Logistics Professionals LLC v Universal...
By Kenneth N. Winkler
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced it finalized its update of the federal overtime rule. The final regulation will become effective January 1, 2020.
By William J. Piercy
If you are considering reporting a business partner to law enforcement, think twice.
By Daniel H. Park
A copyright infringement notice may be sent when the owner of a copyright believes you are infringing on his or her copyright work.
By Jeffrey N. Berman
An often-overlooked step in a company's cybersecurity strategy is the failure to manage third party risks.
By Benjamin I. Fink
Between the now-infamous Jimmy John's debacle and the Obama administration's call to reduce use of non-compete agreements, it's fair to say that 2016 was a tough year for employers
By Kenneth N. Winkler
Controversial professional tennis player Nick Kyrgios once again grabbed headlines after he was fined $113,000 by the Association of Tennis Professionals ("ATP")
By Neal F. Weinrich
When an employer discovers that a departing employee has misappropriated information using a computer, there may be a remedy under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA).
By William J. Piercy
When co-owners in business relationships no longer share the same goals, values, or work ethic, a business breakup is all but inevitable
Contributor's Topics