Bennett L. Epstein is a partner and labor and employment lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP, and has practiced exclusively in the area of labor and employment law and has extensive experience in resolving disputes between executives and their employers.
When it comes to producing documents in employment litigation, the deck is usually stacked in favor of the employee, except in unusual situations when an employee is squirreling away documents in an effort to build a case against the employer.
Companies will sometimes take a chance on a new (or old) salesperson by allowing him/her to work on pure commission. This eat what you kill compensation system seemingly creates an incentive to sell with little risk to the company. But is there really little risk?