On October 17, 2016 Attorney Joe Day presented on Delinquent Employer Collections (Strategies for Successful Collections Without Resorting to an ERISA 502 Federal Court Action) at the Painters and Allied Trades Labor Management Cooperation Initiative (LMCI) Annual Attorney’s Seminar. LMCI is a jointly administered Taft-Hartley fund for the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades, AFL-CIO (IUPAT) and contractor’s signatory with the IUPAT. Listed below are the mechanics lien statutes and case law language by state.
National Retirement Security Week (October 16-22, 2016) is a national effort to raise public awareness about the importance of saving for retirement. This week provides an opportunity for employees to reflect on their personal retirement goals and determine if they are on target to reach those goals.
This week is also a great time for plan sponsors/employers to review their retirement plans for any changes and determine ways to increase retirement plan participation for the upcoming year.
The experienced attorneys at Day Rettig Martin, P.C. are committed to educating and counseling plan sponsors regarding their retirement plans and the importance of saving for retirement. We invite you to participate in this exciting week.
Effective October 3, 2016 Day Rettig Martin, P.C. office is open with regular office hours of Monday- Friday, 8:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
On October 17, 2016 Attorney Joseph E. Day will be presenting on Delinquent Employer Collections and Strategies for Successful Collections Without Court Action at the 13th Annual Attorneys Seminar sponsored by the Painters and Allied Trades Labor Management Cooperation Initiative (LMCI). LMCI is a jointly administered Taft-Hartley fund for the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades, AFL-CIO (IUPAT) and contractor’s signatory with the IUPAT. Their purpose is to increase and grow the market share of union construction companies. Attending this seminar are attorneys who represent both labor and management.
Day Rettig Martin, P.C. is pleased to announce second-year law student, John Sexton, has joined the Firm as a law clerk for the summer. John grew up in rural northeast Iowa and attended Denver High School. He is the son of a teacher and veterinarian. John graduated from Wartburg College in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration and Accounting, and he played on the Wartburg golf team. His decision to attend law school was inspired by the legal implications involved with business transactions. John is entering his final year at Wake Forest University School of Law in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, where he is concentrating on tax and estate planning.
In his spare time John enjoys golfing, fishing, and rooting for the Cubs and Hawkeyes. He is involved with the Leadership for Five Seasons College and Intern Program with the Cedar Rapids Metro Economic Alliance and is a basketball coach for the Hanes Hosiery youth program.