Business Law can be Complicated, even for Small Business Owners. Make Sure You Have Professional Law Assistance On Your Side.
If you are a business owner in the Mississauga, Ontario area in need of a lawyer, you should consider the knowledgeable Mr. Tarunjeet Gujral at Gujral Law Professional Corporation. Business law encompasses a wide range of areas including corporate commercial law, the drafting and review of contracts/leases, business purchases, sales, and more. Large businesses and corporations are not the only entities that can benefit from having a business law firm on retainer. Small businesses can also benefit from having a competent law group available to make sure they are operating within the law. Having a group such as that led by Mr. Gujral can help small businesses avoid some of these common types of lawsuits.
Employment Discrimination or Wrongful Termination
Knowing the law when it comes to handling your employees is incredibly important. Lawsuits filed by an employee over discrimination or wrongful termination are among the most common that a business may face. Business owners need to know how to properly manage employees within established labour laws. When a business owner does not understand these laws or have somebody on hand to provide guidance, it can result in a lawsuit being filed, even if it was never the owner’s intent to discriminate.
Wage Law Violations
This one is self-explanatory. A wage law violation occurs when an employee makes a legal claim about being paid incorrectly by an employer. In most cases, this incorrect pay is a simple (and honest) mistake by the employer, but this does not make the obligation of proper pay any less serious. Business owners need to make sure they are current on all employment laws, especially as they pertain to wages, overtime pay, and pay for time off. It is essential that owners pay their employees correctly.
Facing a lawsuit as a business can be damaging. Business law can be technical and complex, but you do not have to manage it alone. Mr. Gujral is here to help. Schedule a consultation today by calling (647) 957-8077.Back to Business Law Page