Articles & Alerts

Reduce Risks Associated with Layoffs or Other Reductions in Force (RIF)

REDUCE RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH LAYOFFS Or OTHER REDUCTIONS IN FORCE (RIF) No employer welcomes the prospect of having to lay off employees or face a reduction in force (RIF); however, in these challenging economic times, diffi cult decisions like these...

Tax Changes Affecting Individuals and Businesses From the 2008 Financial Bailout

Tax Changes Affecting Individuals and Businesses From the 2008 Financial Bailout Several tax law changes, specifi cally, those resulting from passage of the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 (the “Bailout Bill”) were signed into law last month. These changes,...

Estate Planning For S Corporations Owners

Closely Held Business Alert: Estate Planning For S Corporations Owners Operating as an S corporation is the favored choice of many closely held business owners eager to escape the double taxation associated with C corporations. However, it is important to...

Under Attack: Courts and Legislatures Chip Away at Employers’ Ability to Enter Into and Enforce Noncompetition Agreements

ADA Amendments Act of 2008 Restores and Broadens Protections of the ADA In response to two U.S. Supreme Court decisions which limited certain protections under the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), the law was amended on September 11, 2008. The...

ADA Amendments Act of 2008 Restores and Broadens Protections of the ADA

ADA Amendments Act of 2008 Restores and Broadens Protections of the ADA In response to two U.S. Supreme Court decisions which limited certain protections under the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), the law was amended on September 11, 2008. The...

Introductory E-Newsletter

Harrang Long Gary Rudnick has a new resource for closely held business owners on its website: E-Newsletters. An E-Newsletter is a bulletin or notice that will alert you to new laws, new trends in the law, and will provide explanations...

Conflict of Interest Must be Weighed in Denial of Benefits Claims

INSURANCE LAW ALERT Conflict of Interest Must be Weighed in Denial of Benefits Claims The US Supreme Court recently held that when the administrator of an ERISA employee benefit plan both determines whether an employee is eligible for benefits and...

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