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Archive for November 27, 2019

BREAKING: U.S. Department of Labor Unveils New Federal Overtime Rule

Overtime Pay Salary Threshold TableThe U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) announced today its final overtime rule, increasing the minimu...

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Indiana Supreme Court Decision Highlights Importance of Rent-to-Own Real Estate Contract Language

Contract ImageBy Matt Rust Landlords using rent-to-own contracts should take a second look at the terms of their...

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NLRB Rules that Misclassifying Workers Does Not Violate Labor Law

[caption id="attachment_11347" align="alignright" width="195"]Nicholas J. Golding, Labor and Employment Law Attorney, KDDK Nicholas J. G...

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Gov. Holcolm Appoints Mike Schopmeyer to Indiana Housing & Community Development Authority Board of Directors

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Know What to Expect When Buying Real Property in an Indiana Tax Sale

In Indiana, real estate may be sold at a “tax sale” if the owner fails to pay real property taxes.  Similar to a sheriff's sale, a tax sale is an auction and prospective buyers bid on a property, hoping it will be a profitable investment.  While each county has its own tax sale procedure, all counti...

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Significant New Duties on the Horizon for Illinois Employers

[caption id="attachment_11347" align="alignright" width="195"]Nicholas J. Golding, Labor and Employment Law Attorney, KDDK Nicholas J. G...

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Right to Farm Act Plows Through Challenge

Group of Pink Pigs on CageA constitutional challenge to Indiana’s Right to Farm Act (“RTFA”) was recently tossed by the...

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Breaking: Supreme Court to Consider LGBT Job Discrimination Cases

[caption id="attachment_11347" align="alignright" width="195"]Nicholas J. Golding, Labor and Employment Law Attorney, KDDK Nicholas J. G...

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