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By R. Scott Beach, Greg Kahn, Von Sanborn
Key Duties That Families Require of Family Office Executives - Investment Strategy and Implementation; Accounting, Reporting and Control; Banking and Liquidity Planning; Legal, Governance and Estate Planning ...
By Daniel Wenner, Jonathan Davis, Helen Harris, Dennis Kearney, Mark Salah Morgan, Stanley Twardy Jr., Steven Cash
Federal prosecutors have long been guided by the USAM, which both explained the organization of the DOJ and gave guidance about items ranging from the principles of prosecution to how to comply with the government's obligations under Brady.
By Katharine A. Coffey, Peter Wolfson, Luke S. Pontier
Last week, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy introduced his new economic agenda, including several new and revamped tax incentive programs.
By Justin M. Hannan, Brent A. Morowitz, Peter J. Bilfield, Stephen Ziobrowski
As part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, signed into law by President Trump on December 22, 2017, Congress introduced new tax incentives designed to encourage long-term investments in low-income American communities.
By David Doyle, Thomas O'Mullane
On September 28, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released Rev. Proc. 2018-52, which provides an updated statement of the correction programs under the Employee Plans Compliance Resolution System (EPCRS).
By Michael Bissinger, Heather Weine Brochin, Glenn Dowd, David Doyle, Francine Esposito, Rachel Gonzalez, Theresa Kelly, Kathy Lawler, Patrick McCarthy, John McLafferty, Mary Rogers, Daniel Schwartz, Eric Sussman
As previously reported, both New York State and New York City recently enacted laws requiring employers to step up their efforts to stop sexual harassment in the workplace.
By John McLafferty, Melissa Bruynell Manesse
After many years of reform efforts, on August 10, 2018, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker signed into law the Massachusetts Noncompetition Agreement Act.
By Heather Weine Brochin, James M. Leva
New York City's Department of Consumer Affairs recently released guidance on the new temporary work schedule change provisions of the New York City Fair Workweek law that took effect on July 18, 2018.
By John McLafferty, Alba V. Aviles
Employers should take note as they update their policies and plan for the upcoming years.
By Heather Weine Brochin, Naju Lathia
Senate Bill 121 recently passed the Senate and is pending review by the New Jersey General Assembly.
By Francine Esposito, James M. Leva
The medical and recreational marijuana use laws sweeping the country have resulted in a great deal of uncertainty for employers—especially those who have adopted a zero-tolerance drug policy ...
By Francine Esposito, Gregory Tabakman
Employers often struggle when determining whether to classify their workers as independent contractors or employees.
By Patrick McCarthy, Laura H. Schuman
Contractors working on government-funded or "public" projects must be aware of the legal implications of not following the wage requirements of applicable federal and state law.
By Rebecca Tunney
Rebecca Tunney co-authored an article, "Reconciling the Limits of Agency Law and the Reach of the Federal Arbitration Act," published by the Massachusetts Law Review.
By Daniel Wenner
Defendant Khalid Elbeblawy's change of heart at the time of his guilty plea cost him dearly, as noted by the Eleventh Circuit in United States v. Elbeblawy.
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