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By Albert Gortz, George Karibjanian, David Pratt, Mitchell Gaswirth, Andrew Katzenstein, Henry Leibowitz, Lisa Stern, Philip Susswein, Jay Waxenberg, Scott Bowman
It should be noted that while the estate tax exemption is portable among spouses at death, the GST tax exemption is not portable.
By Allan Bloom
The DOL proposes that the Court of Appeals require the plaintiffs to respond to the motion by December 6, and that the Court issue a ruling on the motion by December 8.
By Evandro Gigante, Jay Cohen
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits employment discrimination based on national origin as well as retaliation against employees who oppose workplace discrimination.
By James Anderson
This was despite a challenge to the sufficiency of the pleadings in the patent owner's complaint.
By Allan Bloom, Rachel S. Philion
Following a Texas court's issuance of a nationwide preliminary injunction enjoining the new overtime rule on November 22, the U.S. Department of Labor filed a notice of appeal of the decision earlier today.
By Michael Lebowich, Mariya (Masha) Nazginova, Brett Schwab
On appeal, the Second Circuit upheld the Specialty Healthcare standard, but remanded the case to the Board.
By Elise Bloom
Currently, we are gearing up for this year's survey and want to hear from you.
By Russell Hirschhorn, Benjamin Saper
On November 23, 2016, Judge Moss in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia again ruled in favor of the Department and denied the renewed motion for a preliminary injunction brought by the NAFA.
By Russell Hirschhorn, Benjamin Saper
On November 4, 2016, Judge Moss in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia granted the U.S. Department of Labor's motion for summary judgment and dismissed claims brought by the National Association for Fixed Annuities . . .
By Damian A. Myers
Today, the IRS announced (see Notice 2016-70) an extension to the distribution (but not filing) deadline for the Affordable Care Act reporting requirements set forth in Sections 6055 and 6056 of the Internal Revenue Code.
By Lloyd Chinn, Harris Mufson, Dana N. Berber
As reported by Ryan Barber of the National Law Journal, the Trump administration could change the trajectory of the SEC whistleblower office, potentially halting the SEC's recent strict scrutiny...
By Stacey CS Cerrone, Russell Hirschhorn, Myron Rumeld, Howard Shapiro
This month we review a recent Second Circuit decision addressing ERISA plan status as a class member in a securities shareholder class action.
By Guy Brenner, Elaine Lee
Seattle, known for its employee-friendly ordinances, has passed a law regulating how large retailers, full-service restaurants, fast food restaurants, and coffee shops schedule and pay their hourly...
By Jonathan Richman
U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff denied motions for judgment as a matter of law or for a new trial after a jury found the defendants civilly liable for insider trading.
By Steven Hurd, Daniel Davis
Yesterday, a federal judge denied a preliminary injunction filed by several businesses and business groups regarding the anti-retaliation portion of OSHA's final rule regarding injury and illness reporting.
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