It’s common for employees to have more than one job or have a gig on the side. It’s also common for employers to dislike “moonlighting” by employees because of possible conflicts of interest or problems arising from conflicting work schedules or demands on the employee. But what can employers actually do about moonlighting? Continue reading
The following is a guest blog post by Benjamin Scott. Ben is a solo estate planning attorney, a graduate of Concord Law School, a former high school physics teacher, and a father of three.
There are advantages of working another job while starting a solo law practice, but after a year of trying this experiment, I see the mistakes of trying to work two jobs. Continue reading