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By Edward Wegerson, Anthony Lusvardi, Joshua Natzel, Jessica DuBois
The IRS issued Notice 2016-70 on November 18, extending the deadline for employers to furnish employees with 1095-B and 1095-C Forms.
By Lindquist & Vennum
On November 22, a Texas federal district court halted the implementation of the new Department of Labor rule that increased the minimum salary level for exempt employees under the FLSA.
By Robert Hartman, Edward Wegerson, Anthony Lusvardi, Joshua Natzel, Todd Ronnei, Jessica DuBois
The IRS has announced the 2017 dollar limits for retirement plans and health savings accounts ("HSA")...
By Nancy Anton, Robert Hartman, DeAnne Hilgers, Anthony Lusvardi, Ansis Viksnins, Nancy Brostrom Vollertsen, Edward Wegerson, Joshua Natzel, Todd Ronnei
Effective December 1, 2016, employers must pay a minimum salary of $47,476 per year to their exempt white collar workers.
By Michael Boulette
On August 1, 2016, Minnesota's spousal maintenance law gained a newly-minted subdivision 6, providing a basis to modify maintenance if a recipient begins living with a new partner.
By Jordan Veurink
Effective July 2016, South Dakota has a new law aimed at protecting senior citizens and adults with disabilities from abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
By Nancy Brostrom Vollertsen
Minnesota's minimum wage will rise to $9.50 per hour for large employers on Monday, August 1. A "large employer" has annual gross sales or business done in Minnesota of more than $500,000.
By John S. Cutler, Nancy Brostrom Vollertsen
A new Colorado law requires employers to provide reasonable accommodations when employees are pregnant and/or have children.
By Michael Boulette
Nearly a year into Minnesota's new best interest factors, you'd be think there'd be nothing left to say.
By Lindquist & Vennum
Effective July 1, 2017, Minnesota employers who have employees working in Minneapolis, regardless of their office location, will be required to give all employees who work a minimum of 80 hours a year paid...
By DeAnne Hilgers
Effective August 10, 2016, Colorado employers no longer are required to complete the state-mandated verification of their newly hired employee's identification and work authorization.
By Heath Oberloh, Marya Robben, Jordan Veurink
Effective July 1, 2016, a new South Dakota law will allow residents of common law, or separate property states, to take advantage of the benefits available to couples in community property states.
By Jon Breyer
The manner in which U.S. companies are required to handle personal data is about to change dramatically for organizations that have customers, employees, or partners in Europe.
By Michael Boulette
Effective today, you won't need it anymore. As part of the overhaul of our procedural rules in 2015, most notary requirements were eliminated– affidavits, discovery responses, petitions.
By Mark Privratsky
On May 6, 2016, the USPTO offered more guidance to the life science industry and the public overall, as well as to its patent examiners, regarding how patent claims are to be analyzed for subject matter eligibility.