Anyone having trouble remembering to write “2020”? Even though you know it’s coming, that’s one New Year’s change that never ceases to catch people by surprise. Just as you can count on having to scribble through the errant “2019” for the next few weeks, employers can count on a flurry of new employment laws and regulations to trip them up in this year’s first few weeks.
Let’s ring in the new calendar year with a couple of new laws employers should expect to encounter in early 2020:
Hot coffee, surgical conflicts of interest — these are (some of) our favorite stories from a decade of courtroom victories. It’s been a decade since Sara Lincoln and Tricia Derr founded our law firm, Lincoln Derr. In that time, they’ve built a team of attorneys and paralegals. They’ve moved offices, brought on new clients and cases, and done more than their fair share of time in the courtroom.
All of that time and effort has led to no shortage of stories.
Giving back to our community is a core value deeply rooted in the Lincoln Derr culture. The charitable organizations we support through our Gift of Giving initiative are near and dear to our hearts, but the giving does not end there.
TIPS TO KEEP EMPLOYERS OFF OF THE “NAUGHTY” LIST
It’s an oldie, but a goodie – the lawyer Christmas card invoking dry legal-speak without overpromising – and just more support for the notion that lawyers truly are the fun police. While I’m not here to set