Fleeson Gooing News
The following article originally appeared in the newsletter of the Kansas Bar Association Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law Section. It is reprinted here by permission.
By Mike CannadyFleeson, Gooing, Coulson & Kitch, L.L.C.
1. Distributions from Widow’s IRA Subject to Tax and Penalty: Ozimkos… Read Article
Many businesses are turning to independent contractors in an effort to reduce labor costs and improve workforce flexibility. This can be a smart solution for the right roles and employment situations...but there is a caveat.
The misclassification of an employee as an independent contractor can have costly and extensive legal c… Read Article
Fleeson Gooing is pleased to welcome Brian Vanorsby as an associate attorney. Brian was born in Chicago, Illinois, and raised in Wylie, Texas. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Kansas State University in 2013, where he was a member of the Mock Trial team. Brian attended the University of Kansas Law School an… Read Article
Wednesday, August 23 2017 4:32 PM
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The Best Lawyers in America© has named five Fleeson, Gooing attorneys as Wichita’s 2018 Lawyer of the Year in their respective areas of practice. The attorneys are:
John Gerdes - Business Organizations (including LLCs and Partnerships)
Tom Lasater - Corporate Law
Dave Seely - Oil and Gas Law
Steve Stark - L… Read Article
Wednesday, August 16 2017 12:54 PM
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Eighteen Fleeson, Gooing attorneys have been included in the 2018 edition of The Best Lawyers in America© in 29 different practice areas. Best Lawyers lists lawyers in over 130 practice areas based on an exhaustive and rigorous peer-review survey that has been developed and refined over 30 years.
Firm members listed in th… Read Article
By Charles Millsap
There Are A Number Of Circumstances In Which An Employer Can Successfully Assert The Workers Compensation Act’s Exclusive Remedy Provision In Defense of A Tort Claim Brought by an Injured Worker. One Such Situation Arises Under the Kansas “Special Employer Doctrine.”
&n… Read Article
Fleeson Gooing attorney, Sam Foreman, recently took time to give Wichita an update on the latest happenings in the technology community.
What’s happening, what’s coming up in Wichita’s technology community
- Grit Virtual was selected as part of the first cohort to go through the prestigious Techstars… Read Article
Adults are assumed to be capable of making their own health and financial decisions unless a court determines otherwise. If a mental or physical condition renders an adult incapable of making sound decisions and acting in his or her own best interest, the court may appoint someone to make decisions on that person’s behalf… Read Article
Fleeson Attorney, Sam Foreman, recaps the last month and gives you the latest developments and insights into the Wichita technology community in this Wichita Eagle article.
Sedgwick County has decided to release a settlement agreement with former Deputy County Manager Tom Golden after letter sent by the Eagle attorney, Lyndon Vix.
The orginal article can be seen here in the Wichita Eagle and was posted on July 5, 2017.
Fleeson Gooing's very own David Seely was recently elected as the new president of the Wichita Bar Association.
Read more about Mr. Seely here
Simple landlord-tenant disputes, such as the return of a security deposit, are usually resolved without the assistance of an attorney. Most are resolved through open communication between the two parties, or, failing that, by a third-party mediator or in small claims court.
However, there are times when legal counsel or repres… Read Article
Fleeson Gooing is pleased to welcome Shauna Leslie, Audrey Koehler and Amy Rider as summer law clerks for 2017.
Amy Rider returns as a summer clerk to Fleeson Gooing as she has completed her second year of study at Washburn University School of Law.
Shauna Leslie obtained her undergraduate degree from the University of Kans… Read Article
An employment contract is a document, signed by both employer and employee, that lays out the terms of the employment relationship. It makes clear what you expect from the employee in terms of job duties and responsibilities, and what he or she can expect from you (salary and benefits).
This article covers employment contracts… Read Article
By Nathaniel T. Martens
Has your business received a cease and desist letter demanding that you stop using your business name or the name of a specific product line because that name (at least according to the letter) infringes upon the sender’s trademark? If you have, it’s important to understand the legal… Read Article
The Wichita region is home to a broad range of technology creators and companies, ranging from aerospace and advanced materials to software. For over 130 years, the attorneys of Fleeson Gooing have been proud to serve the creators and companies in the Wichita community. Working with technology creators and compa… Read Article
This article, authored by Fleeson Gooing special counsel Sam Foreman, first appeared in the online Tech Bytes feature of The Wichita Eagle.
A brief overview of what’s happening in Wichita’s technology community, what’s coming up, and how to stay informed and connected.
Network… Read Article
No business is immune from natural disasters, fires, prolonged power outages, and cyber attacks. There are also any number of “smaller” disasters that can prevent your business from accessing the data and systems needed to operate. Even the best hardware can fail. Even careful employees can make mistakes that l… Read Article
Friday, February 10 2017 2:14 PM
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Fleeson Gooing attorney Kent Meyerhoff has recently had several opportunities to provide assistance to Kansas attorneys practicing in the area of estate planning.
On Monday, February 6, 2017, Kent was a presenter at the Kansas Bar Association's "Slam Dunk" continuing legal education seminar, which was held in conjunction with … Read Article
The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA),18 U.S.C. § 1030, is a federal “anti-hacking” statute. While it is primarily a criminal law, a 1994 amendment allows civil actions to be brought by private litigants.
Violations can be committed by either an outside intruder who is not authorized to access the protected … Read Article