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One of our very own attorneys, Associate Attorney Taylor Duty, was featured live on KGW to speak on employer and employee expectations concerning the COVID-19 vaccine. The segment focuses on both medical and religious exemptions to state, healthcare, and other employer mandated vaccine requirements. Taylor...

Whether you’re just starting out or are wanting to make a change, as a business owner, we know you want to set up your business for long term success while also protecting yourself in the process. This consideration can make choosing between forming an LLC...

Whether you’re just starting out or have been doing it for years, running a small business isn’t easy. Beyond the basics of business governance, the rights and duties of ownership, and any employer liabilities, there are a lot of nitty-gritty details that can open you...

We are thrilled to announce that 3 of JJH Law’s attorneys, Lead Attorney and Founder Joseph J. Haddad, and Associate Attorneys Taylor Duty and Alina Salo, have all received a Super Lawyers recognition for 2020.  Joseph has been recognized as a Super Lawyer for the...

The recent spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and its containment measures present a complex situation for both employers and employees. In the wake of critical changes in federal, state, and local laws in response to COVID-19, the attorneys at JJH Law are here to...

Contracts are at the heart of most business relationships, but contract disputes can and do happen for a variety of reasons. If you’re dealing with a disagreement involving a contract you signed, you might be wondering what your options are and what steps you can...

Contracts are an important part of every business’s success and growth. Unfortunately, contracts are complex documents, and properly drafting one requires experience and extensive knowledge of state, local, and federal laws. Mistakes are all too common, and they can have significant consequences  — especially if...

Has a business, individual, or organization caused you monetary damages and not accepting responsibility? When these parties won’t work with you and won’t pay up, a lawsuit may be necessary to hold them responsible.   What is a lawsuit? When one party files a complaint or takes...

Unfortunately, disputes between business partners and associates happen all the time. Our business dispute attorneys have seen it all — from small disagreements between friends turned business partners to major disagreements between large shareholders. No matter the size of the business, it almost always happens. Protect...