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By William F. Flynn
This prohibition would become effective January 1, 2018, and will affect both new money and refunding bonds.
By Paul Stockhausen
On October 25, 2017, a Milwaukee federal court jury awarded Milwaukee Tool $27.8 million following a ten-day patent infringement trial against rival Snap-on Corporation.
By Employee Benefits Group
The Department of Labor ("DOL") announced its plan to review the recently finalized rule regarding full and fair review of disability benefit claims
By Lucas Roe
Over the years, many clients have successfully acquired or refinanced multifamily properties with long‑term, fixed‑rate financing insured by the U.S. Department of Housing and "HUD".
By Jessica Simons
On October 12, 2017, California enacted a law that prohibits employers from requesting (either orally or in writing) job applicants' salary history, including both compensation and benefits.
By Heather Fields, Martin McLaughlin
Advances in technology, from email, internet and remote access to laptops and smart phones, have made business more efficient and profitable.
By Jennifer D'Amato
As part of the "Unified Framework for Fixing Our Broken Tax Code," President Trump and Congressional Republicans plan to repeal the "death tax" – a controversial tax that affects the wealthiest .002% of Americans.
By Robert Driscoll, Katie Triska
Lost in recent state and national news cycles were two interrelated developments in Wisconsin and federal overtime law.
By Hana Cho, Martin McLaughlin
Given the ubiquity of electronic data, an acquirer must have a comprehensive understanding of a target company's data privacy and cybersecurity risks. Such an understanding can minimize transactional risks...
By Sarah Sargent
Illinois has recently enacted new laws enhancing rights and obligations related to privacy. Companies active in Illinois or collecting information from Illinois residents need to evaluate how these laws may apply to them.
By Employee Benefits Group
Recent activities in Congress and at the Department of Labor ("DOL") indicate that changes to the DOL's fiduciary rule may be coming.
By Robert Heinrich, Daniel E. Kattman, Jessica Hutson Polakowski, Guy Temple, Kathryn Westfall
This seminar presented hot law topics for those in the food and beverage industry, including processors, suppliers, manufacturers, in-house counsel, quality analysis personnel, and insurance consultants.
By Robert Driscoll, Katie Triska
A recent settlement of a class action wage and hour lawsuit in a Wisconsin federal court serves as an important reminder that failing to properly structure meal and break periods could result in...
By Employee Benefits Group
On May 22, 2017, the Secretary of the Department of Labor ("DOL") confirmed that the fiduciary rule and its expanded definition of "fiduciary" will become applicable on June 9, 2017.
By Employee Benefits Group
Consistent with prior guidance, on April 4, 2017, the Department of Labor ("DOL") officially announced that it would extend for 60 days the applicability date of the fiduciary rule published on April 8, 2016
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