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By John Hall, Larry E. Parres
Upon receiving notice of a debtor's bankruptcy case, the prudent debt collector typically files a proof of claim, in the hope of receiving some distribution from the debtor's bankruptcy estate.
By Michael Davidson, Billee Elliott McAuliffe
A growing threat to the privacy of health information is the use of "ransomware" to attack hospitals' and other health care organizations' electronic health records systems.
By John B. Greenberg, Carleen B. Griffith, Krista C. McCormack
Last week, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) settled an enforcement action against Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Inc. ("Warner Bros.") regarding an advertising campaign for its video game Middle Earth...
By Michael Donovan, David G. Kirby
Missouri businesses can claim a 50%, or in some cases 70%, credit against Missouri income tax for donations to approved Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP) projects.
By John B. Greenberg, Carleen B. Griffith, Krista C. McCormack
Last week, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) settled an enforcement action against Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Inc. ("Warner Bros.") regarding an advertising campaign for its video game...
By Marisa Byram, Jackie Burkhardt
As the below case illustrates, alterations to your property may be prohibited by or require prior approval under the Declaration, and you may be forced to remove such alterations, at your cost, if you violate such provisions.
By Marisa Byram, Jackie Burkhardt
If you live in a subdivision, your property is likely governed by a homeowner's association (HOA) and a written declaration of covenants, conditions, and restrictions regarding the use, condition, and overall appearance and aesthetic of your home ("Declaration").
By Billee Elliott McAuliffe, Alfred J. Ludwig, Krista C. McCormack
On July 12, 2016, the European Commission adopted the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield agreement, which will replace the recently invalidated "Safe Harbor" agreement between the two powers.
By Leonard J. Essig, Mark Winings
Recent announcements regarding changes to the U.S. $20 and $10 bills have stimulated curiosity about the decision-making process for who can and cannot have their portrait on American money.
By Alfred J. Ludwig
On Wednesday, June 29, 2016, Alfred J. Ludwig spoke on creating practical operating procedures for limited liability companies for the National Business Institute.
By Neal F. Perryman, John Moellering, Carleen B. Griffith
In March of this year, the Department of Labor (DOL) finalized changes to what has been known for 50 years as the "Persuader Rule."
By Brian Bouquet, Alfred J. Ludwig
The federal Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation Act of 2004 authorizes the U.S. Coast Guard to devise and carry out mandatory safety inspections of towing vessels.
By Michael Davidson, Evan Reid
The U.S. Supreme Court issued an opinion on June 16, 2016 that might affect anyone who directly or indirectly is doing business with the federal government, especially health care providers who participate in Medicare and Medicaid.
By Jeremy P. Brummond, Eric Block
If you're involved in construction, you undoubtedly have an opinion on "pay-if-paid" provisions in subcontract agreements.
By John B. Greenberg, Carleen B. Griffith, Krista C. McCormack
On June 10, 2016, Missouri Governor Jay Nixon signed a bill (HB 1941) into law exempting daily fantasy sports (DFS) from state gambling regulations and placing them under state gaming regulations.