With the holiday shopping season officially kicking off, Retail & Hospitality Practice Group Chair, Christian Stegmaier, gives businesses some important tips when it comes to hiring seasonal, or temporary, employees. Preparing Seasonal Employees from Collins & Lacy, P. C. on Vimeo.
Christian Stegmaier, Collins & Lacy’s Retail & Hospitality Practice Group Chair, shares some important tips and guidelines for both permit holders (restaurants, bars, etc.) and social hosts who will be watching the Big Game Sunday, February 1st.
[COLUMBIA, S.C. October 8, 2014] – Collins & Lacy, P.C. is pleased to announce Christian Stegmaier has been named chair of the DRI’s 2015 Retail & Hospitality seminar, which is to be held May 7 and 8, 2015 in Chicago. DRI is the leading organization of defense attorneys that provides access to resources and tools… Continue Reading
Many South Carolinians will never forget 25 years ago when Hurricane Hugo wreaked havoc, leaving a path of destruction to the Palmetto State that cost billions of dollars to rebuild and many years to recover. With that vivid memory and hurricane season in full swing, it’s imperative that businesses such as hotels, food service establishments,… Continue Reading
[COLUMBIA, S.C. July 21, 2014] – Collins & Lacy, P.C. is celebrating new beginnings with the establishment of a new management committee to lead the firm on its mission of protecting and defending South Carolina businesses. The management committee was strategically elected to represent the strength and depth of the statewide law firm. It includes… Continue Reading
If history is any indicator, this coming Sunday – like every Super Bowl Sunday before it – will Post by Chair Christian Stegmaier be a big event in the United States. It’s been estimated only Thanksgiving is a bigger day during the year for food and beverage consumption for Americans. According to a survey by… Continue Reading
If history is any indicator, this coming Sunday – like every Super Bowl Sunday before it – will be a big event in the United States. It’s been estimated only Thanksgiving is a bigger day during the year for food and beverage consumption for Americans. According to a survey by the Retail Advertising and Marketing Association conducted in… Continue Reading
As most claims professionals and lawyers know, the majority of civil cases these days resolve via settlement. Resolution is generally memorialized by way of written settlement agreements (a/k/a “receipt and release”). Along with the filed stipulation of dismissal, the settlement agreement is the magic document that enables you to close the file. And a closed… Continue Reading
Post by Practice Group Chair Christian Stegmaier Hospitality advocacy in South Carolina has taken on a new face with former Director of S.C. Parks, Recreation and Tourism John Durst now at the helm. The organization has also re-branded itself as the South Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association, harkening back to the great foundations laid by the… Continue Reading
Post by Christian Stegmaier Practicing law in a state with a booming tourism/hospitality industry has afforded me plenty of experience in defining the do’s and don’ts for business owners regarding alcohol liability. If you are in the area, I invite you to check out the info below about the upcoming Risk Management Society (RIMS) conference… Continue Reading