When it comes to starting your own business there can be so many decisions to make that some of the more important ones get lost.
In the process of finding a name and location for your new business, hiring staff, ordering product, remodeling,
creating signage, making sure your phones work, getting your advertising in place
or any of the other myriad of tasks faced by new business owners, it’s no surprise they might over look things like;
The most often asked question when it comes to employment law is “When should I call an attorney?”
The answer is, now.
If you’re a guest on our Web site you’re probably not here because you’re bored with Facebook or couldn’t find a good book to read. You’re here because there is some facet of your current work environment that has you concerned or even scared.
Nanette L. Cortese, Esq. is the principal member of The Cortese Law Firm, PLC.
Ms. Cortese received her undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan with a double major in political science and history. Ms. Cortese graduated from law school at the University of Detroit School of Law.
While at University of Detroit School of Law Ms. Cortese was the Executive Editor for the University of Detroit Law Review for Outside Articles, as well as being a member of the Justice Frank Murphy Honor Society.