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New Legal Challenges Face Those Hiring, Retaining Remote Workforce

In today’s largely remote work environment, companies face additional legal challenges in hiring and retaining top talent. Many hiring managers and supervisors have adjusted their application processes, with many conducting...

Days of Remembrance: A Time To Pause And Reflect

Today marks the annual Days of Remembrance in which the United States remembers the victims of the Holocaust, honors the survivors, and pays tribute to the liberators of those held...

Summary of COVID-19 Relief Bill Signed December 27, 2020

The $900 billion law was signed into law on December 27, 2020 and is a lengthy 5,500 pages. A quick summary of the major provisions affecting employers is as follows:...

Kentucky Unemployment Relief For Nonprofit Agencies

Governor Beshear delivered an early Christmas present for Kentucky’s nonprofit companies and agencies. A press release was issued on December 18, 2020 confirming that reimbursing nonprofit employers will not have...

EEOC Issues Guidance On COVID-19 Vaccine

The preeminent question as we start 2021 and the COVID-19 vaccine has now been approved by the FDA is whether employers can mandate that employees receive the vaccine. For years,...

State Waives KY Liquor License Fees; Localities May Still Charge

Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear, recognizing the continued strain of the COVID 19 pandemic on Kentucky’s food and beverage industry, recently waived license renewal fees for fourteen types of liquor licenses...

Court Tackles Difficult Loss Calculation

United States v. Kozerski Case No. 19-3949 969 F.3d 310 (6th Cir. 2020) Decided: August 6, 2020 William Kozerski obtained six government construction contracts by impersonating a disabled veteran.  Unsurprisingly,...

Raising Money With Charitable Gaming and Booze

As the year comes to an end, nonprofit organizations might consider hosting in person COVID-19 friendly or virtual events to boost year end raising. Many organizations will look to charitable...

Federal Extended Unemployment Benefits Ends

The U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) has ended extended unemployment insurance payments in Kentucky. This will affect more than 4,700 individuals. This benefit was one of the packages passed earlier...

DBL Law Groundbreaking Video

We are excited to share the groundbreaking video of our new headquarters.  Coming 2021.
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