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Reinhart sponsored one of Revitalize Milwaukee's Block Build MKE homes; their work included door replacements, floor and porch repairs, safety improvements and landscaping. Continue
Reinhart's Director of Information Services Carol Bannen recently won the Law Librarian's Association of Wisconsin's Distinguished Service Award for her chapter and professional leadership, speaking engagements, and article publications. Continue
Reinhart shareholder Carl Kugler was recently appointed to the Oregon Community Bank Board of Directors Continue
Beth Bahr discusses how to build a strong recruiting team. Continue
Reinhart attorney Justin Oeth appointed to Madison Area Sports Commission Board of Directors Continue
To preserve their image, some companies began putting "gag" clauses in their standardized sales terms that prohibited consumers from posting any negative reviews. When consumers described their bad experiences with products or services, often in online reviews, companies contacted them to remind them of the clauses, but Congress responded with an act gaging the gag clauses.
Wisconsin's hospitality industry remains significant to the state's economy. With peak tourism season just around the corner, restaurants, hotels and resorts should take advantage of these last few days of spring to brush up on the following five employment law issues facing employers in the hospitality industry.
Employers who employ tipped employees (e.g., wait staff, bartenders, valets, etc.) are frequently subjected to wage and hour claims or audits by state and federal agencies. Avoid common violations with tipped employees with five helpful rules.
A comprehensive summary of upcoming compliance deadlines and reminders, retirement plan developments and health and welfare plan developments.
On May 11, 2016, FinCEN published anti-money laundering rules for entities. These rules will go into effect May 11, 2018. Unlike so many other rules, these are relatively simple, but promise to create a substantial operational burden for financial institutions. There will be no "easy fix" programming solution for this one.