As the world continues grappling with the COVID-19 (coronavirus disease) pandemic, you may be left wondering about the legal obligations stemming from cancelled events and business in St. Louis and across the country. As experienced commercial litigation attorneys, our law firm has already been involved in addressing clients’ anxious concerns over COVID-19’s effect on existing […]
The U.S. Department of Labor audited a growing company with a nationwide network of salespeople and service technicians who were paid primarily by commission. The DOL believed that our client unlawfully failed to pay its employees overtime and demanded hundreds of thousands of dollars in back pay and penalties be paid to the employees.
ROB BRANDT – BUSINESS ATTORNEY Let’s face it, a phone call to your business attorney is typically an afterthought, not a before thought. As in, before you find yourself on the wrong end of a civil lawsuit. Hiring an experienced business lawyer early in the game helps to ensure you still have a business come […]
SB 68 renames the Missouri Works Training Program to the “Missouri One Start Program,” which provides flexible funding for a company’s training costs associated with a new facility, expansion or retraining project. Companies may utilize industry training funds to offset training costs for new products, new manufacturing processes, technological innovation, and productivity improvement. Under SB 68, a company is no longer required to retain its current number of employees, instead becoming eligible by maintaining at least one-hundred jobs in the year preceding the application.