A year after The American Lawyer exposed the daunting?and, in many cases, underfunded?pension obligations facing a host of Am Law firms, legal industry retirement plans were back in the spotlight Tue
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The U.S. Department of Labor's Wage-and-Hour Division (WHD) has taken aim at independent contractor misclassification, applying a multipronged approach to address what it refers to on its website as
...the risk factors that may foreseeably impact those future projected earnings. The field of business valuation has any number of ways in which a business...
In divorce litigation, there are the kids and the house, and while these issues are challenging, in many cases the greatest difficulty is routinely about the money — especially if the litigants
Over the past year, the Supreme Court found itself the subject of an almost obsessive level of public interest. From The Today Show to the Harvard Law Review , the court's machinations were a hot
Close to noon on March 26, the first day of history-making arguments in the health care cases, journalists will emerge from the U.S. Supreme Court to breathlessly report on what the justices and advo
Many family law practitioners are not clear about the difference between alimony pendente lite (APL) and spousal support. APL is an order for support granted to a spouse during the pendency of a divo
...segments of the health care field to the proposed rule, which...the CMS final rule, the IRS released guidance as to tax...
...strategy by helping the ICE field offices expedite the audits they...to fear visits from the IRS, whereas visits from the legacy...
...former BDO Seidman CEO Denis Field and his co-defendants, Daugerdas...to protect clients should the IRS question the legitimacy of the...
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