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Summons of Garnishment – Answer them

Once a party is awarded a monetary judgment and becomes a judgment creditor, that party still needs to collect the judgment. The most common way a judgment creditor collects from a judgment debtor is by garnishment. Garnishments are sent to a person, entity or employer the judgment creditor believes has property that belongs to the [...]

March 31st, 2017|Uncategorized|

Seminar: State and Federal Employment and Labor Laws

On Sept. 10, 2015, Kevin McManaman of the Knudsen Law Firm and author of the Nebraska Human Resources Library will be presenting Employment Handbooks and Policies in the 21st Century. This comprehensive seminar will cover a gamut of various Nebraska and federal labor laws and regulations. It will also focus on the many aspects of [...]

July 28th, 2015|Events, events, News|

Handbook Compliance with Affordable Care Act

Employers should regularly review their plan documents, summary plan descriptions, and other documents to ensure consistency with the ever-changing Affordable Care Act. If the employee handbook contains compensation and benefit information, the handbook language also must be regularly revised to reflect the Act’s mandates and policy changes. For instance, handbooks often specify whether the healthcare [...]

March 13th, 2015|News|

Wage Theft and Paystub Bill Advances for Final Reading

Nebraska Employers should be aware that the 2014 Nebraska Unicameral Business and Labor Committee has advanced LB560 for "Enrollment and Review for Engrossment." The bill would significantly alter the Nebraska Wage Payment and Collection Act, addressing wage theft, mandating new wage itemization, and authorizing investigations with penalties. If passed suspected wage theft could result in [...]

Supreme Court Sides with Church on Employee Firing

The Supreme Court unanimously ruled that a school teacher who was trained in theology, directed prayer services, and taught religion classes in addition to secular classes could be terminated from employment after missing work due to a disability because of the "ministerial exception" to the Americans with Disabilities Act. Perich was employed as a "called" [...]

January 11th, 2012|Uncategorized|