On December 22, 2020, the United States Department of Labor (DOL) issued a final rule related to compensating tipped employees. The final rule modifies federal regulations in the following ways:
With the increase in unemployment filings and the expansion of unemployment benefits brought on by COVID-19, states across the country, including Kansas and Missouri, have experienced a significant rise in unemployment claim fraud due to…(more about )
Receiving notice that a customer or client has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy often does not come as a surprise. But, creditors are quite often surprised by what that customer plans to do once they enter Chapter 11.
In general, debtors…(more about )
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Unfortunately, the topic of terminations and layoffs has become an important one for many employers in 2020. On October 27, Martin Pringle attorneys Terry Mann and Lora Jennings Mizell hosted a virtual discussion for the firm's clients and…(more about )
Unnoticed by many small business owners, the Small Business Reorganization Act (SBRA) became effective in late February, 2020. The goal of the SBRA legislation was to provide certain small businesses with an option for bankruptcy…(more about )