When Janice Brown established the Brown Law Group in 2003, she settled Downtown because of its competitive leasing rates. Since then she’s discovered many other reasons why the choice was a good one.
While many builders see risk in terms of land position, inefficient supply chains, or too shallow talent pools, they may overlook a loophole in their employment policies that could cost big bucks. San Diego attorney Janice Brown, who specializes in employment law and business, gives tips on how to minimize that risk.
As California’s population grows, the building industry grows and matures with it. While this impressive growth presents enormous opportunities for California builders, it also can present certain employment and workplace challenges.
Evaluating the impact of electronic communications in today’s workplace, San Diego attorney Janice P. Brown, of Brown Law Group, whose practice specializes in employment law and business litigation, has a few simple works of caution for business owners and employers: beware of the potential risks of liability for the actions of your employees.
Brown Law Group, a leading San Diego business litigation boutique law firm, announced that Jaejung Kim has been named an associate with the firm.
Janice Brown wishes she didn’t have to run across California laws like Assembly Bill 1825. The law, due to go into effect Jan. 1, requires companies with 50 or more employees to provide sexual harassment prevention training to all supervisors. Companies were given a year to complete the training.
On a desk in the tastefully decorated conference room of the Brown Law Group, a small silver frame holds a snapshot of the late San Diego attorney Bonnie Reading. Janice P. Brown cites her as a mentor she’ll never forget.