The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals has closed the door on tip claims under a provision of the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) and a Department of Labor (“DOL”) regulation for employees paid more than minimum wage. In Marlow v. The New Food Guy, Inc., 861 F.3d 1157 (2017), the court held that an employer…

1. Knowledge of the Law and Local Rules: Two attorneys can arrive at two very different child support calculations. If you have an attorney who does not know the intricacies of the child support guidelines, you could end up paying more than you should or end up receiving less than you should. Knowing the local…

Anything you post, tweet, like, or share on social media may be admissible in court. Even with your Facebook settings set to private, the opposing party could still get your social media activity through the civil discovery process. Social media evidence is being used in family law courts more and more across Kansas. Here are…

Hiring a quality attorney can be one of the most important decision you make. Here is 5 tips that can help with your search: 1. Determine what type of attorney can address your specific needs. Do you need a criminal defense attorney, civil litigation attorney, or a family law attorney? 2. Get referrals from family,…

Divorce is hard on children, but you can make it easier on them by following these rules: 1. DON’T put your children in the middle by using them as messengers between you and your spouse. 2. DON’T criticize or place blame on your former spouse in front of your children. 3. DON’T let your children…

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