Newsletter December 2013
I hope you have been enjoying time with you friends and family this holiday season. We at Karen McKeithen Schaede, PLLC would like to take this opportunity to let you know how much we appreciate our wonderful clients. We are here for you anytime you have an issue, question or concern. Other firms may slow down during the holiday season, but we are always here to help you when you need us. We will work diligently until you are satisfied and your issues are resolved.
With the end of the year being right around the corner, make sure all of your business needs are met before we get too far into the New Year. December is a great time to reflect on accomplishments and lessons from the past year, while developing powerful plans for the new year. Our firm is ready to address the immediate legal needs of your business and aid you in mapping out strategic methods of protection.
Make sure you check out our website where our blog is updated regularly with thought-provoking news in the healthcare industry and fascinating posts that pertain to small business.
I feel fortunate to be able to practice law in our community and it is my expectation for the New Year to cultivate new client relationships as well as continue to effectively maintain current client relationships. I hope each of you have a safe and happy New Year’s Eve!
Karen McKeithen Schaede Attorney at Law, PLLC
Reviewers Suing Yelp
The plaintiffs are a group of Yelp reviewers, claiming that they are unpaid writers who are vital to the company’s existence…The complaint further alleges that Yelp motivates its non-wage-paid writers to increase the volume of their production with incentives in the form of liquor, food, badges, and trinkets.
HealthCare.gov Delays For Small Businesses
The Obama Administration announced a year delay in HealthCare.gov’s small business functions. The administration had previously delayed online enrollment from October 1, 2013 to the end of November. The announcement did not come as a surprise to many small businesses as they have already made other plans for insuring their workers in 2014, frequently achieved by renewing the existing policies