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Bankruptcy Law Changes

Bankruptcy Law Changes

August 27, 2019

Friday, President Trump signed four bills into law that amend current consumer and commercial bankruptcy laws.  Because these four bills may have an effect on your business, we wanted to provide you with a brief synopsis of the changes…

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Martin Pringle Adoption Attorney Featured on Wichita Moms Blog

Martin Pringle Adoption Attorney Featured on Wichita Moms Blog

August 13, 2019

Are you "trying for a girl"?

Martin Pringle Adoption Attorney, Megan Monsour, is on Wichita Moms Blogoffering reasons why you should reconsider gender specificity when planning to grow your family through adoption.

"I’m sure many of us with multiple children of the same gender have been asked by a friend, family or stranger in the grocery store whether we will, “Try for a girl.” Our society seems to have a general opinion that families should have both genders, despite the fact that it isn’t something within parents’ control."

"Opinions abound regarding the gender of unborn babies, too.  Thus, it is no surprise that on occasion an adoptive family will state a requirement for one gender or the other.  Despite the reasons a family provides for a gender preference, I quickly tell them why the adoption world doesn’t easily accommodate this request."

Read the full article here.

Jeff Kennedy Honored with The University of Kansas Ellsworth Medallion

Jeff Kennedy Honored with The University of Kansas Ellsworth Medallion

August 02, 2019

Congratulations to Martin Pringle Attorney, Jeff Kennedy, for being honored with the 2019 Fred Ellsworth Medallion, the University of Kansas Alumni Association's highest award for volunteer service to KU. 

Since 1975, the Association has…

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New Pay Data Requirement for Some Employers

New Pay Data Requirement for Some Employers

July 24, 2019

A week ago, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission sent notices to employers who are EEO-1 filers, i.e., employers that have 100 or more employees, either alone or in conjunction with related entities, or which are federal government…

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Kansas Supreme Court Finds Cap on Non-Economic “Pain and Suffering” Damages in Injury Cases Unconstitutional

Kansas Supreme Court Finds Cap on Non-Economic “Pain and Suffering” Damages in Injury Cases Unconstitutional

June 20, 2019

On June 14, 2019 the Kansas Supreme Court released its opinion in Hilburn v. Enerpipe Ltd., finding the state's long-standing statutory cap on noneconomic damages in personal injury lawsuits unconstitutional in a 4-2 decision.…

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Martin Pringle Attorney Featured on Wichita Moms Blog

Martin Pringle Attorney Featured on Wichita Moms Blog

May 09, 2019

Martin Pringle Adoption Attorney, Megan Monsour, recently had an article featured on Wichita Moms Blog. The article, "Contested Adoption: One Day at a Time" offers advice for when potential adoptive families are faced with the potential of…

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Robert Moody Honored by the Kansas Bar Association with the 2019 Diversity Award

Robert Moody Honored by the Kansas Bar Association with the 2019 Diversity Award

May 09, 2019

Congratulations to Martin Pringle Attorney, Robert Moody, for being honored by the Kansas Bar Association with the 2019 Diversity Award.

This award recognizes a law firm; corporation; governmental agency, department, or body; law-related…

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Martin Pringle Attorney Appointed to Serve on the Kansas Justice Institute Advisory Council

Martin Pringle Attorney Appointed to Serve on the Kansas Justice Institute Advisory Council

May 08, 2019

Martin Pringle Attorney, George Bruce, is a founder of and currently serves on the Advisory Council of the Kansas Justice Institute.

The Kansas Justice Institute is the new public-interest litigation center fighting for the constitutional…

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Three Martin Pringle Attorneys Recognized by Chambers & Partners USA for 2019

Three Martin Pringle Attorneys Recognized by Chambers & Partners USA for 2019

May 06, 2019

Congratulations to Terry Mann, Michelle Moe Witte and Mike Jones on being recognized by Chambers & Partners USA for 2019.

Chambers USA ranks the top lawyers and law firms across all the United States of America. Chambers rankings are…

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Department of Labor Proposed Rule Change Could Affect Overtime Pay for Millions of Americans

Department of Labor Proposed Rule Change Could Affect Overtime Pay for Millions of Americans

April 08, 2019

The Department of Labor (DOL) recently released a proposed rule change that could make more than a million more Americans eligible for overtime pay. The proposed rule would change the salary level for those employees counted as “exempt”…

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