Recently, FINRA publicized penalties against three companies and associated individuals for failing to implement adequate anti-money laundering procedures.
he common practice in New Jersey is to start a mortgage foreclosure action in the Chancery Division of the State Superior Court.
I have posted numerous times on the crackdown by numerous States of alleged misclassification of individuals as independent contractors.
With the recent, long-awaited publication on May 18th of the 900-plus page DSM-V, the so-called "Bible" of the American Psychiatric Association (its $100,000,000 publishing baby), there has been the usual battle between and among psychiatrists, psychologists and other mental health professionals over its content.
The Maryland Act regarding reasonable accommodations for disabilities due to pregnancy was approved by Governor O’Malley late last week and will become effective on October 1, 2013.
Any marketer can tell you it takes work to stay at Number One. Often you have to innovate, update and keep your product fresh.
New versions of several key immigration forms have been released in 2013. Among these new forms are the G-28, Notice of Entry of Appearance as Attorney or Accredited Representative; the I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification; and the I-94, Arrival/Departure Record.
Restaurateurs argue the outcome of a New York court case over which Starbucks employees get tips could subject the state’s hospitality industry to devastating liability, while plaintiffs’ lawyers say the bosses see this court battle as an opportunity to cut payrolls by spreading tips to more employees.
June 10th marks the day on which many "Category 2 Entities" will be required to centrally clear certain credit default index and interest rate swaps.
Our blog posts have been somewhat fewer and farther between since the release of the Omnibus Rule, primarily because we have been busily working to understand the subtleties of the Omnibus Rule, while helping our clients implement the necessary changes.
In a move that could well alter the fabric of the textile industry, the FTC is proposing changes to its Textile Labeling Rules.
Earlier this month the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced a settlement with the architects and civil engineers involved in the design and construction of a number of multifamily housing complexes located in Mississippi, Louisiana and Tennessee.
Increasingly, there are more and more articles and pundits discussing the aging workforce and the impact that has on employers' operations.
The New Jersey General Assembly overwhelmingly passed a bill intending to "clarify" the use of eminent domain by a municipality ..
The Supreme Court of Washington issued a recent opinion reminding us that, even after Conception, arbitration clauses must be fair in order to be enforceable.
In a rare unanimous decision with potentially far-reaching impact on taxpayers claiming foreign tax credits, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that a "windfall tax" imposed by the United Kingdom was creditable under IRC Section 901.
Yesterday, the South Carolina Supreme Court issued its long-awaited decision in Bodman v. South Carolina, holding that the state’s sales and use tax exemption and cap scheme, as a whole, does not violate the state constitution’s equal protection guarantee and prohibition against special legislation.