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Consumer Law: What You Need to Know about the Kansas Consumer Protection Act

Numerous state and federal laws protect consumers against illegal and harmful conduct by providers of goods and services. For all Kansans, one of the most important consumer laws is the Kansas Consumer Protection Act. Borrowing words from the Kansas… Read More
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When Should You Hire a Wrongful Death Attorney?

If you lost a family member, and another person’s carelessness (negligence) or intentional conduct may have caused your loved one’s death, you may have the right to bring a specific type of lawsuit under Kansas law, called a wrongful death action… Read More
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What Does a Foreclosure Defense Attorney Do for You?

Homeowners who are behind on their mortgage payments will face foreclosure in the not-too-distant future. If you are in that situation, an experienced foreclosure defense attorney may be able to help. Read More
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Supreme Court Clarifies: Title VII Protects Gay and Transgender Employees

The United States Supreme Court has confirmed that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits employers from taking discriminatory action against an employee or potential employee based on their sexual orientation or transgender status. Read More
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Getting Out of A Contract During the Coronavirus Virus Pandemic: How the little used “force majeure” clause may have a big impact on contract law

Any contract lawyer will tell you force majeure clauses are rarely invoked and consequently, are often glossed over in the drafting process. But the COVID-19 pandemic will likely change that as adding “public health pandemic” or some other iterat… Read More
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Coronavirus on Real Estate Purchases, Foreclosures and Evictions:  We can get people into houses, but it’s hard to get them out

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted nearly every aspect of life in America and across the globe. We can get people into houses, but it’s hard to get them out. Read More
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Mortgage Relief Created by the CARES Act – Frequently Asked Questions

If you own a home subject to a mortgage, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act or “CARES Act” creates a mortgage relief system that you should be aware of. Read More
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The Kansas Governor is Shutting Things Down, Can She Do that?

On March 12, 2020, Governor Laura Kelly issued an Emergency Declaration for the state of Kansas to help manage the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak. Can she do that? Read More
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The Families First Coronavirus Response Act - What it Means

In response to the ongoing coronavirus emergency, Congress has passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. The following is an outline of how this Act changes existing law and how it might impact you or your business. This basically is a two-… Read More
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Complying with Kansas Open Meeting Requirements During The Coronavirus Emergency

During the Coronavirus Emergency there are now questions how to best proceed with business balancing compliance with Kansas law as well as compliance with the Governor's executive orders and guidance of health officials. Read More
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