HOW TO AVOID GETTING SUED BY YOUR EX-EMPLOYER

I am a very sensitive person. I like puppies and kittens, rainbows, sappy movies, and I don’t like when nice, good people, do stupid things and end up in Court.

Now, selfishly speaking, I make a lot more money helping these nice, good, stupid people defend lawsuits from their old employers, then I do by providing free advice in a blog. But again, I’m a softy and don’t want people to suffer.

So months ago, I wrote a blog on how to avoid getting sued.

I also wrote about it this past January – How to avoid getting sued over your non-compete.

Last year I wrote a blog on the top nine things to do to invite a non-compete lawsuit.

And today, I read a terrific blog from Jay Shepherd, a Boston attorney who represents Employers. Jay writes about the top 8 ways to get sued by your employer and a follow up Blog by Jill, another employment lawyer who works in Seattle.

I can lead a horse to water, but as the saying goes, I can’t make him drink.

Read up friends. Take some of this sage advice, and if you totally ignore everything I have written and preached about, and everything Jay and Jill have written about, call me. I am happy to help defend any nice, good person who may find his or herself faced with a lawsuit in Virginia.

Lauren Ellerman
Lauren Ellerman

In 2011, Lauren Ellerman was named "Young Lawyer of the Year" by the Roanoke Bar Association for her work in the community. To speak with Lauren about your personal injury case, contact her at lellerman@frithlawfirm.com.