News About the Law
Her presentation will be part of a continuing legal education (CLE) program for Alabama lawyers.
Bert Moore participated by writing a blog post for the Planned Giving Blog of the Huntsville Hospital Foundation.
If your business has received a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan but you have concerns about business-uncertainty certifications required by the application, the deadline for repaying the loan has been moved from May 14 to Monday, May 18, 2020.
One of the most important documents you can have is an advance directive for healthcare (ADHC), which allows you to direct your medical care and decision making.
Consider preparing or changing your will and other estate-planning documents when you encoutner a major life event: birth, death, marriage, divorce, moving to a new home or state, etc.
Alabama Governor Kay Ivey signed Emily’s Law that provides a way to humanely euthanize a dangerous dog that has killed or seriously injured someone.
On November 22, a U.S. District Court in Texas enjoined rules set to go into effect on December 1, 2016. But On December 1, 2016, the U.S. Department of Labor filed a notice of appeal in this case.
On July 7, 2016, the Judiciary Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives sent a bill to the floor of the House to address ADA lawsuit abuse. If passed by both the House and Senate and signed by the President, the bill will become known as the ADA Education and Reform Act.
Common-law marriage ends on January 1, 2017. Changes made to Alabama Competitive Bid Law. Alabama children can enter first grade at a younger age.
This is the fourth is a series of updates about the legislatures most recent session.
The legislature has passed new laws about hearing aids, seeds, tax assessments, ethics, foster care, distilleries, wineries, service dogs, credit unions, education, unborn infants, vulnerable individuals, and state parks.
So far this year, the current legislative session has renewed quite a number of governmental agencies. But other substantive acts have also been passed.
New law prevents any city or county government from raising the minimum wage above that set by the federal government.
These provisions apply to applicable large employers (ALEs)—employers with 50 or more full-time employees.