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By Cynthia Moore
Employers are generally aware that Section 409A of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 ("Section 409A") applies to deferred compensation but may not be aware that it can also apply to certain stock
By Michael Lipton, QC, Kevin Weber, Chantal Cipriano
By way of background, on May 17, 2016, the Québec government passed Bill 74, which contained Internet-censoring provisions that were unprecedented in Canada.
By David Deromedi
A recent decision from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit provides a strong lesson in the need for employers to fully explore an employee's request for a reasonable accommodation...
By Marlene A. Pontrelli, Robert L. Schwartz
You have just filed for a divorce, and within a few days, the opposing party has sent a list of documents that you need to produce going back several years ...
By Joshua E. Porte
The Investment Tax Credit for Solar Power (the "ITC") is a tax credit offered to individuals and businesses based on the amount they invest in eligible solar energy conversion facilities.
By Kathleen Walker
On July 24, 2018, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) announced that it had issued more than 5,200 I-9 audit Notices of Inspection (NOIs) nationwide since January of 2018 as part of a two-phase operation.
By Christian Allen
On July 5, 2018, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) published new guidance dated June 28, 2018 regarding when officers should issue a "Notice to Appear" (NTA).
By J. Gregory Cahill
When negotiating construction contracts, parties are typically focused on "big ticket" issues like scope of work, timing and payment.
By Erica A. Morris, Gregory W. Moore, Russell A. Kolsrud
In Danny P. v. Catholic Health Initiatives, 891 F.3d 1155 (9th Cir. 2018), the Ninth Circuit clarified the full extent of the "parity" required in the federal mental health parity law...
By Brian K. Kim
Sometimes, it becomes necessary for a corporation to be divided, in which a shareholder or a group of shareholders would separate from the corporation and take with them a business division, unit...
By Eric Gregory
Many employers had long assumed that they could fund contributions to qualified plans made to avoid violating nondiscrimination rules from employee forfeiture accounts.
By Marlene A. Pontrelli
While many people are anxious to finalize their divorce, if it cannot be settled amicably out of court, the thought of going to trial can be petrifying.
By Jeffrey Silver, Kate Lowenhar-Fisher, Jennifer Gaynor, Gregory Gemignani
The Nevada Gaming Control Board (the "Board") has been delegated the responsibility of resolving disputes between casino customers and the casinos pursuant to the process for patron disputes
By Jennifer Gaynor, Kate Lowenhar-Fisher, Jeffrey Silver, Gregory Gemignani
The integrity of the game is a top concern of regulators and the college and professional sports leagues as legalized sports wagering expands across the United States.
By Steven A. Caloiaro
On Friday, July 20, 2018, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit addressed the controversial application of sovereign immunity for inter partes review in Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe v. Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc.
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