Attorney Katie Cook Accepted to the 2019 Leadership Rapid City Class
Katie Cook has been accepted into the 2019 Leadership Rapid City class. Leadership Rapid City (LRC), sponsored by the Rapid City Area Chamber of Commerce, was organized in 1981. Since inception, it has graduated more than 1000 leaders into the Rapid City area. The 12-week program is designed to promote a better understanding of this community, build and enhance leadership skills, and develop a strong network of community leaders.
2019 Super Lawyers Announcement
Ten Gunderson, Palmer, Nelson & Ashmore attorneys have been recognized by the 2019 Super Lawyers® in South Dakota. Seven of these attorneys have been named “Super Lawyers” and three were named “Rising Stars.”
The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Appoints Attorney Sara Frankenstein to a Four-Year Term on the South Dakota Advisory Committee
The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights recently appointed Gunderson, Palmer, Nelson & Ashmore attorney Sara Frankenstein to a four-year term on the South Dakota Advisory Committee, which reports to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. She will begin her term on August 13, 2019.
Renting Your Home for the Rally
Gunderson, Palmer, Nelson & Ashmore, LLP attorney Jason Smiley writes the article "Renting Your Home for the Rally." If you are planning to rent your home out for the Sturgis, South Dakota Motorcycle Rally read our latest news article on the list of things to consider to help avoid legal issues!
Ignoring Discrimination Complaints Can Be Extremely Costly
Employment Law Attorney Donald P. Knudsen writes the article "Ignoring Discrimination Complaints Can Be Extremely Costly." The article discusses an incident where an employee in eastern Arkansas suffered racial discrimination and racially-motivated abuse at the hands of his direct supervisor over a period of four years. Despite numerous complaints to the manager and the company president, the employer failed to conduct a meaningful investigation and ultimately fired the employee.
Trademarks: Do you need one, and if so, what kind?
Attorney Katie Cook writes the article "Trademarks: Do you need one, and if so, what kind?" For many businesses, protecting your brand—be it a logo, business name, or product name—is crucial. But, how do you know if a trademark makes sense, or what kind of trademark to get? This article will briefly outline the different types of trademarks as well as the pros and cons associated with each.