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Business Training Courses Available for Free at Johnson County Community College
If you were unemployed or are an employee of a business that received PPP money during the COVID-19 Pandemic and you live in Missouri or Kansas, you are eligible for free Career Training Classes at Johnson County Community College. The courses must be business related and cannot be credit courses. The courses are offered via live or online instruction.  JCCC has received government funding, which enables it to offer these courses to those ...
Sader Spotlight: Bradley D. McCormack
Sader Law Firm partner Bradley McCormack joined the firm in 2007 after stints with Legal Aid of Western Missouri and the Missouri Attorney General's office and practicing corporate law in-house. He now focuses his practice where he currently focuses his practice on Chapter 11 bankruptcy, commercial real estate and commercial litigation. Read more about Brad, a key member of our team who believes in helping others and breaking the mold of the ...
Neil Sader named to 2022 Best Lawyers in America list for bankruptcy litigation
The Sader Law Firm would like to congratulate Managing Member Neil Sader on earning repeat honors in the 2022 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America, a leading U.S. News & World Report-sponsored peer review guide honoring attorneys. He is recognized as a leading Litigation – Bankruptcy practitioner in Kansas City, Missouri. Recognition by Best Lawyers is based entirely on peer review. The organization’s methodology is “designed to ...
The Top 5 Powers That Chapter 13 Has That Chapter 7 Lacks
By STEVEN LONG Many people seeking the relief afforded by bankruptcy want to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. I have heard initial disappointment from some in discovering that they do not actually qualify for a Chapter 7. They filed too recently, their income is too high to qualify or because they had property that they wanted to keep. In truth, Chapter 13 bankruptcy is not a compromise. It is often the case that everything Chapter 7 can do, ...

Kansas City Business Journal – Toyota recall fuels Kansas City-area lawyers

Link to the Kansas City Business JournalKansas City Business Journal interviews Neil Sader on his involvement in this high profile consumer protection case.   
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