The Kentucky Pregnant Workers Act (the “Act”) went into effect on June 27, 2019. The Act requires qualifying employers to go beyond what may or may not be required of them by other laws. Specifically, the Act requires all Kentucky employers with 15 or more employees (for 20 or more calendar weeks) to provide reasonable …Read More
Strauss Troy attorney Bill Williamson recently played in the 2019 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship in Parker, Colorado, and was profiled in the publication Global Golf Post.
As part of our Professional Development Series, the Strauss Troy will present TWO in-house seminars on Thursday, October 24, 2019 beginning at 8:45 am for registration (Breakfast will be served), with the first program beginning at 9:00 am and the second program beginning at 12:15 pm. You are welcome to attend one or both seminars …Read More
Strauss Troy is pleased to announce that 16 of our attorneys have been recognized as The Best Lawyers in America 2020. Attorneys named to The Best Lawyers in America were recognized by their peers in the legal industry for their professional excellence in 145 different types of practice areas.
By Theresa L. Nelson In the past two years, we have seen allegations or accusations of sexual harassment being reported in the media on a regular basis. And, campaigns and posts on social media, including the #metoo and #TimesUp movements, have revealed countless more allegations. While there is no time limit on someone’s right to …Read More
Strauss Troy Co., LPA, a midsize law firm with two locations, seeks an Accounting Specialist that is highly motivated, self-directed, and detail oriented with bookkeeping or accounting knowledge. The individual must also have strong communication skills and be able to work well in a team environment.
Strauss Troy seeks a full time Ohio Title Examiner/Real Estate Paralegal for Downtown Cincinnati office
Join Strauss Troy attorney Theresa Nelson as she discusses reasonable accommodations for employees, including the Kentucky Pregnant Workers Act that requires all Kentucky employers with 15 or more employees to provide reasonable accommodations for an employee’s pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions.
Effective July 27, 2019, the Kentucky Pregnant Workers Act (the “Act”) requires all Kentucky employers with 15 or more employees (for 20 or more calendar weeks) to provide reasonable accommodations for an employee’s pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions. It is not novel that both federal and state law prohibit employers from discriminating against a …Read More
By William K. Flynn Last year I wrote about problems that happen when a registered representative (a “broker”) leaves the firm and heads for the seemingly greener pastures of a different broker-dealer, or gets out of the wire house merry-go-round and sets up shop with a registered investment adviser. Foremost among these issues is the …Read More