Spencer Fane attorney Helen Holden recently published an article as part of a larger cover story for In Business Magazine. The cover story focused on advice for businesses as they recover from the COVID-19-related disruption.
Spencer Fane attorney Courtney Powell was recently honored as one of The Journal Record’s “Fifty Making a Difference” for 2020.
Spencer Fane attorney Shawn Tuma will present on “The Interaction of Cyber Insurance and Breach Response” for the Advance In-House Counsel Course hosted by the State Bar of Texas.
The Spencer Fane Charitable Giving Program in Kansas City was created to provide significant support to select local nonprofit arts organizations through a $50,000 donation to each recipient over the course of three years. The program was designed as a rotation so that one new recipient will enter the program each year, with another exiting upon completion of its three-year cycle.
Spencer Fane attorney Helen Holden, recently published an article on TLNT, an online talent management and human resources publication, discussing recent guidance from the Department of Labor (DOL) relating to remote work.
Spencer Fane attorney Shawn Tuma recently presented for TechTitans, The Technology Association for North Texas, discussing lessons learned in cybersecurity.
Spencer Fane attorney Elizabeth Wente was recently interviewed by the Springfield Business Journal as part of the recurring video series, “Business in Motion.”
Spencer Fane was recently featured on Ingram Magazine’s Corporate Report 100 (CR100) as one of Kansas City’s fastest-growing companies in 2020.