Kansas City, Kansas prosecutors filed charges against Clark on March 9th, alleging that the former team owner owes nearly $503,000 in unpaid payroll taxes and penalties from 2002-2004.
According to the suit, Clark withheld taxes from employees but failed to forward those withholdings to the IRS. Clark withheld those payroll taxes from employees of the SWISH Holding Corp., a corporation which Clark owned.
In addition [...]
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Kansas City’s Martin Leigh Laws & Fritzlen PC, a real estate and creditor’s rights firm, recently announced its sale of MoKan Title Services LLC, its affiliated title company.
MoKan will continue its relationship with Martin Leigh Laws & Fritzlen offering title insurance coverage for both residential and commercial lenders.
LenderLive Settlement Services LLC purchased MoKan Title. That company is a subsidiary of the Colorado-based LenderLive Network.
Berry Laws, III, founder of Martin Leigh Laws & Fritzlen PC, while remaining of counsel at that firm, will join LenderLive as director of strategic initiatives.
Long time MoKan leader Amy Wilson will become [...]
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Kansas City Mayor Sylvester “Sly” James, attorney at Kenner Schmitt Nygaard, LLC, announced today the new leader of the Kansas City Economic Development Corporation.
Replacing outgoing EDC president Jeff Kaczmarek, Pete Fullerton of Platte County has been lauded as a perfect fit for the position. He will begin on April 23rd, 2012.
Fullerton is a long time business leader from Platte County and currently serves as Executive Director of the Platte County Economic Development Corporation.
Fullerton also served as Senior Project Manager for the Missouri Department of Economic Development.
According to Mayor James, Fullerton was selected from a list of [...]
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Kansas City attorney Jean Maneke, principal at The Maneke Law Group, represents parents of 17-year-old twin brothers who were suspended from Lee’s Summit North High School for 180 days.
Lee’s Summit North High, in Lee’s Summit R-7 District–the entity being sued–suspended the boys for maintaining an offensive, racist blog.
Maneke’s suit alleges that the twins’ constitutional rights were violated by the groundless suspension.
Maneke claims she does not know the school’s basis for the suspension.
According to Maneke, the twins “don’t have liability for what some third party put on their website, if that’s true.”
The Lee’s Summit Journal reports: [...]
Tags: constitutional rights, Federal Community Decency Act, Jean Maneke, kansas city attorney, Lee's Summit North High School, Lee's Summit R-7 District, Lee's Summit twins suspended for racist blog, The Lee's Summit Journal, The Maneke Law Group, third party website liability
With the initiative’s passing, bonds are to sell to Senath citizens in $5000 increments.
The bond sale is set to begin today, Wednesday March 14th.
Kansas City attorney Tyson Markham, of the McLiney and Company law firm based in Kansas City, will conduct the sale.
According to the Daily Dunklin Democrat:”[Markham will] be here in the city hall on Wednesday from 10 [a.m.] until 12 [noon] and [...]
U.S. News weighs twelve aspects of the “overall school experience” of the ABA accredited law schools. The survey ranks 195 schools.
Last year, UMKC ranked 113th. The urban law school dropped to 135th this year.
While the Saint Louis University School of Law ranked 104th last year, this year, that school saw a boost to 101st.
Washington University School of Law, on the other [...]
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Kansas City Mayor Sylvester “Sly” James, Jr., a local attorney at Kenner Schmitt Nygaard, LLC, recently announced Kansas City’s Greatest Mission: to get all Kansas City children reading at their grade level by the third grade.
Citing humanitarian and economic concerns, James relies on years of longitudinal studies that reveal the importance that early childhood development plays in improving a city’s economic development and decreasing a city’s crime.
James calls Kansas City’s Greatest Mission his biggest economic priority, bigger even than Google Fiber.
Kansas City attorney Judy Heeter is coordinating the campaign.
According to the Kansas City Star: The plan [...]
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As previously reported, attorneys for victims of alleged abuse from Catholic priests in the Kansas City-St. Joseph Diocese came under fire from defense counsel for allegedly violating a gag order.
Now, the New York Times brings more national attention to the controversy .
Attorneys for Fr. Michael Tierney, one of several officials of the Kansas City – St. Joseph Catholic Diocese involved in allegations of church misconduct and a history of sexual abuse, accused attorneys of abuse victims of violating a [...]
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In his spare time, Katz works with FB Midwest Development LLC. Katz is a partner with FB Midwest.
FB Midwest is the first company to recently buy a franchise in the Freebirds World Burrito company.
Freebirds will expand throughout the Midwest through its new franchise agreement.
Katz works with real estate developers throughout the Midwest.
According to Nation’s Restaurant News: The first franchise agreement is with FB Midwest Development LLC, which holds exclusive rights [...]
Kansas City attorney Rebecca Randles represents the victims of the five Mohler men of Lafayette County, Missouri accused of a series of bizarre sex crimes against their young family members.
Randles recently stated her great dismay and devastation when Lafayette County Prosecutor Kellie Wingate Campbell announced that her office dropped all charges against the men.
Wingate Campbell cited doubt that she could convince a jury that the bizarre claims were true.
Randles argued that the victims’ stories were enough to go to trial to further investigated the troubling claims.
According to KMBC: Court documents graphically described the siblings’ claims. They [...]
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