In their Sentencing Guidelines column, Alan Vinegrad, former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York and a partner at Covington & Burling. and Jason Levine, an associate at the firm, write
Many lawyers who have had to scramble to find alternate office space after Hurricane Sandy admit to meeting clients in homes or coffee shops, and several firms say they are still grappling with insur
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In his Tax Tips column, Sidney Kess, CPA-attorney and of counsel at Kostelanetz & Fink, writes that due to new law changes effective in 2013, several of the tax rules for trusts have changed
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...plaintiff was notified that her payments under the Syracuse University Salary Continuation Plan (the "Plan") would terminate on February 5, 2010.4...
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