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Webinar – Employment and Stimulus Issues Overview related to COVID-19 Pandemic

This webinar was presented on April 17, 2020 by Seigfreid Bingham’s attorneys Shannon Cohorst Johnson, John Vering, and John Fuchs.

Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yc7-wnjFOcY

You can access the slides for the webinar here:

COVID19 Employment and Stimulus Webinar Slides.pdfDownload

The COVID-19 […]

Employee COVID-19 Leave Request Form

This is a sample form for you to customize for your business and provide to employees related to requests for a leave of absence related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID-19 LOA Request Form .PDFDownload

COVID-19 LOA Request Form .DOCXDownload

Lori Beam Publishes Blog Post for KCDMA

Lori Beam published the blog post “FTC Guidance for Online Advertising and the Internet of Things” for the Kansas City Direct Marketing Association.  The article can be read here: http://bit.ly/1877udd.


Customer Data & Privacy: What’s the Big Deal?

It seems like every week a company makes the news regarding theft of credit card data from millions of customers, concerns about the collection of call data by the National Security Agency and countless other stories about privacy.  You understand how […]

$39 Million Settlement Resulting from Kickback Allegations Resulting from Physician Speaker Fees

The U.S. Department of Justice recently announced that Daiichi Sankyo Inc.,a global pharmaceutical company based in New Jersey, agreed to pay the U.S.and State Medicaid programs $39 million in a settlement agreement regardingallegations that it violated the False Claims Act […]

Patient Protection Regulations for 501(c)(3) Tax-Exempt Hospitals

Over the last several years charitable hospitals have been keeping an eye on the requirements of Code Section 501(r), which was added by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.  In 2012 and 2013, the Internal Revenue Service issued proposed […]

Implementing Important Dealer Protections Without Creating a Negative Customer Experience

Lawyers are always full of advice about how you should do this or that to protect you and your business.  Inevitably, that advice seems to require 5 pages of small print in a contract.  While your lawyer may have very […]

IRS Issues Private Letter Ruling Benefitting Investor-Owned Hospitals and Other Companies that Manage Professional Practices

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued a private letter ruling in December2014(PLR 201451009) that has gotten the attention of professional management companies and investor-owned hospitals that have managerial interests in captive professional corporations (PCs).

The IRS ruled that captive PCs may […]