Blog Posts in May, 2016

  • DOL Publishes Changes to Overtime Rule

    The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) recently released new changes to their overtime regulations, which will provide overtime pay protection to more than 4 million workers within its first year. The rule, which has been in the works since 2014, will become effective on December 1, 2016 and aims to adequately compensate employees for the work they do. Rule’s Provisions President Barack Obama first ...
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  • What to Include in Your Partnership Agreement

    If you’re going into business with partners and don’t spell out your understandings and agreements in a written contract, you could face a number of arguments as your business venture unfolds and takes off. After deciding that you and your partners are ready to start a business, the first thing you should draft is a partnership agreement (also known as an Operating Agreement or your corporate ...
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  • Attorney Kristen Prinz Quoted in Huffington Post Pay Equality Article

    It was recently announced that Harriet Tubman will appear on the U.S. $20 dollar bill—but does finally having a woman on our paper currency make up for the fact the women in our workforce are still paid less than men? That is the question at the heart of Finance Expert Terry Savage's Huffington Post piece "Currency in your Pocket Counts Most." Savage turned to Attorney Kristen Prinz for insight on ...
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