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June 4th, 2021|Uncategorized|

Biennial Reports are Due for Many Nebraska Businesses

Every other year, Nebraska businesses must file a report with the Nebraska Secretary of State (NSoS). This year (and all odd numbered years), the report is due for limited liability companies (LLC), nonprofit corporations, and limited liability partnerships (LLP). The NSoS sends a notification by postcard in January and if you miss the initial deadline [...]

April 20th, 2021|Uncategorized|

Non-Profit Corporate Biennial Reports Due April 1st

Nebraska’s Biennial reports and fees for Domestic and Foreign Non-Profit Corporations are due in odd numbered years. A Non-Profit Corporation must file its biennial report and pay the $25.00 fee by April 1st of this year. There are two ways to file the report and pay the fee. The first is to file the report [...]

January 29th, 2021|News, Retweetable|

LLC Biennial Reports Due April 1st

Nebraska’s Biennial reports and fees for Domestic and Foreign Limited Liability Companies are due in odd numbered years. A LLC must file its biennial report and pay the $10.00 fee by April 1st of this year. There are two ways to file the report and pay the fee. The first is to file the report [...]

January 22nd, 2021|News, Retweetable|

Topics in Workers’ Compensation: The 300 Week Cap When A Body-As-A-Whole Injury Is Involved

THE 300 WEEK CAP WHEN A BODY-AS-A-WHOLE INJURY IS INVOLVED By: Shirley Williams In Nebraska Workers’ Compensation claims, an injured worker is entitled to weekly payments equal to 66 2/3% of their average weekly wage (referred to as “temporary indemnity payments”). After an injured worker reaches "maximum medical improvement," they are entitled to a specific [...]

August 31st, 2020|Uncategorized|

Title VII Protections Include Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

The Supreme Court of the United States ruled that it is unlawful for employers to discriminate against an individual based on sexual orientation or gender identity. The Court decided that such discrimination constituted a violation of Title VII. Title VII provides protections against discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex and national origin. [...]

June 17th, 2020|News|