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By Karl Schulz
Texas policyholders can no longer cut deals with storm repair contractors to pocket their deductibles for storm repairs.
By Paul Ferland
Those familiar with first party insurance policies have undoubtedly encountered a recurring issue with the interpretation of appraisal provisions – what does it mean to disagree on the amount of loss?
By Michael Schmidt
The podcast celebrates its 50th birthday with special guest David Weisenfeld at XpertHR
By Debra Friedman
It is time to make sure you are ready for 2020 (and beyond). Here are five (5) hot HR compliance issues you should be tracking and implementing:
By Robert S. Kaplan
The United States Internal Revenue Service (the "IRS") has released Revenue Procedure 2019-39, which sets forth a March 31, 2020 deadline by which tax-qualified...
By Megan K. Feehan
On July 22, 2019, the IRS issued an article clarifying the treatment of payments pursuant to a modified agreement.
By Lori Kalani, Bernard Nash
Tennessee AG Herbert Slatery III reached a settlement with cigarette manufacturer Xcaliber International Ltd., LLC ("Xcaliber") over allegations that sold cigarettes considered to be contraband under state law.
By Aaron Holt
Prior to the advent of social media and especially the #MeToo movement, employers were generally comfortable drawing a bright line between...
By Lori Kalani, Bernard Nash
50 AGs, led by Texas AG Ken Paxton, announced an investigation into Google over allegedly anticompetitive behavior in violation of state and federal antitrust laws.
By Michael Schmidt
On today's episode, I am joined by Rebecca Nathanson, the Director of the Anti-Retaliation Unit and Counsel to Labor Standards at the New York Department of Labor
By Lori Kalani, Bernard Nash
Latest Trends and Insights on State Attorneys General Antitrust Enforcement from Cozen O'Connor's State Attorneys General Practice
By Michael Schmidt
In today's episode, Debbie Friedman (partner at Cozen O'Connor) joins the podcast to talk about the issues that employers should consider with their employee handbooks
By David Barron
The law substantially expanded the number of licensed dispensaries and the use of this largely ignored law is expected to increase in Texas.
By Lori Kalani, Bernard Nash
Senator Tallian has served in the state Senate since 2005, is currently the Senate Democrat caucus chair, and maintains a private law practice.
By Amy B. Alderfer, Brett Nicole Taylor
Glyphosate was first registered in the United States in 1974.
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