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1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law and Government Contracts for Kentucky on
Q: My jobs time system requires us to clock out, and then approve our time. Would this be considered working off the clock?

I am working on a government contract in Kentucky. I work on the computer to perform my work and they use a time keeping system that requires us to clock in and out daily, as well as clock in and out for our two 15 minute breaks and 30 minute lunch. At the end of the night when we clock out we have... View More

Rhiannon Herbert
Rhiannon Herbert
answered on Jan 18, 2023

You should contact a Kentucky employment attorney to discuss your situation in further detail, because whether off-the-clock work is compensable is a very fact-specific analysis. In addition, federal law generally requires breaks of 20 minutes or less to be paid. If you are required to clock in and... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Construction Law, Contracts and Government Contracts for Kentucky on
Q: If a construction company designs a state funded project, can that company also bid on the construction of that job?

Can a provatd contractor, who has been paid to design a state-funded project, submit a bid to build that same project when the it goes to bid? It seems like this may be a conflict of interest.

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
answered on Dec 7, 2022

No. It is a conflict of interest.

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Gov & Administrative Law, Government Contracts and Lemon Law for Kentucky on
Q: If someone has a warrant in one state can you sit your time out in a different state on a class c missdamenor

If you have a warrant in the state of Texas for a class c missdamenor Theft under 100$ can you sit your time out in the state of Kentucky if u don't live in Texas no more

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
answered on Nov 16, 2019

Not unless you have a lawyer arrange that for you down in Texas so it runs concurrent with Kentucky time.

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