Monthly Archives: November 2018

IRS Reminds Business Owners of Jan 31 Filing Deadline

The International Revenue Service wants to remind employers ans other business owners that Jan. 31, 2019 remains the filing deadline for wage statements and independent contractor forms such as W-2s and 1099s. If you area business owner that would like … Continue reading

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Bankruptcy Won’t Lift Suspension of a Driver’s License for Failure to Pay Traffic Fines

Filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy will not force the state to renew a driver’s license that was suspended because of a failure to pay a fine. In a recent Missouri bankruptcy case, the court found that there was no discrimination … Continue reading

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David’s Bridal Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Wedding gown retailer David’s Bridal filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection yesterday to implement a restructuring deal reached in recent weeks with its lenders. David’s Bridal admitted it had lost some market share to local bridal competitors, but blamed the … Continue reading

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Defining Sexual Abuse

The Missouri elements of sexual abuse in the second degree include “touching…of the genitals…of any person…through the clothing, for the purpose of…gratifying the sexual desire of any person.” If you would wish to speak with an attorney about a criminal … Continue reading

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Average Utah Payday Loan Interest Rate Rises to Nearly 528% Annually

The already astronomical interest rates for payday loans in Utah are rising, to an average of 528%, with the highest rate topping at 1,500%. Missouri payday loans can be extremely high as well. If you are dealing with payday loans … Continue reading

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Platte County Sues to Find Out Who Has to Pay Zona Rosa Debt

Platte County wants a judge to sort out who is responsible for settling up Zona Rosa’s debt obligations. The shortfall on the annual debt payment to bondholders, which is due Dec. 1, exceeds over 1 million dollars. The lawsuit asks … Continue reading

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Employee Spot Light

McKenna Rice is an intern at the Law Office of Camron Hoorfar, P.C. McKenna¬† is a senior at Lee’s Summit West and is interning through our office for her supervised business experience class. This year McKenna got All-State honors for … Continue reading

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Walmart Files Lawsuit Against Credit-Card Issuer

Walmart Inc. filed a lawsuit yesterday against its longtime credit-card issuer, Synchrony Financial, alleging that the lender breached terms of its contract. The lawsuit, alleges that some of Synchrony’s underwriting standards financially harmed Walmart. Synchrony was Walmart’s exclusive credit-card issuer … Continue reading

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The Federal Credit Reporting Act

The Federal Credit Reporting Act allows a person who has been injured by a false or incorrect reporting on their credit report to sue. However, the injury must be actual and not hypothetical. This means that you actually had to … Continue reading

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Leawood Lawyer Sent to Prison for Unpaid Taxes

58-year old Leawood lawyer, David B. Mandelbaum was sentenced to one year and six months in prison for tax evasion. He must pay the Internal Revenue Service more than $200,000 in restitution as a part of his plea agreement. Mandelbaum … Continue reading

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