LegalEASE – New Overtime Rules on Hold for Now

LegalEASE - New Overtime Rules on Hold for Now
Employers have spent months preparing for the unprecedented changes to the minimum salary level required to exempt an employee from the new Federal overtime law, the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”). Memos were prepared, handbooks were rewritten, and employees notified of their change in status....
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Women-Owned Businesses Lack Access to Capital

Women-Owned Businesses Lack Access to Capital
According to the 2012 Census report, women own 36% of all privately held businesses. They account for an economic impact of $3 trillion due to jobs they create and maintain. That’s 16 percent of all U.S. jobs! Yet, one of the biggest issues for women-owned...
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Legal Ease: How to Handle a Bankrupt Client

Filing for bankruptcy has become more common place. There are several reasons to file for bankruptcy including reduced income, job loss, credit debt, illness/injury, unexpected expenses and divorce. Interestingly consumers tend to file bankruptcy more than businesses these days. But if you are a business...
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