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By Von Sanborn, Matthew T. Lee, Casey J. O'Connor
In a recently issued Private Letter Ruling (PLR 201825003), the IRS held that a donor's gift of works of art, in which the donor retained a life interest via a usufruct to two museums...
By Jonathan Davis, Helen Harris, Dennis Kearney, Mark Salah Morgan, Stanley Twardy Jr., Daniel Wenner, Steven Cash
In the prosecution of a corruption case in the Southern District of New York, U.S. District Judge Lewis A. Kaplan rejected a motion to suppress cell phone evidence based on a purportedly illegal seizure.
By Von Sanborn, Aaron T. Kriss, Matthew T. Lee
On July 2, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced its intention to address noncompliance related to the use and trading of virtual currencies, also known as "cryptocurrencies."
By Elizabeth Barton, Harold Blinderman, Taylor Amato, Michael Miller
Effective June 30, 2018, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) launched e-Manifest, its national electronic system for tracking hazardous waste shipments.
By Erin Magennis Healy
This number represents a slight decrease from the $8.81 billion in payments reported in program year 2016.
By Patrick McCarthy, Gregory Tabakman
On April 3, the Wage and Hour Division (WHD) of the U.S. Department of Labor launched its "Payroll Audit Independent Determination" (PAID) program.
By Daniel Schwartz, Anna Matsuo
On May 3, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed Executive Order No. 25, which established a Task Force on Employee Misclassification to address misclassification of employees as independent contractors.
By Glenn Dowd, Eric Sussman, James M. Leva
Laws seeking to address gender-based pay discrepancies have been sweeping the nation. Elected officials have been grappling with how to address this issue, and many have taken action to do so ...
By Michael Bissinger, James M. Leva
Arbitration can be an efficient and cost-effective method for resolving workplace disputes.
By Heather Weine Brochin, Michael Dell
While New Jersey employers have long avoided a statewide sick leave law, in recent years many have struggled to keep up with an ever expanding patchwork of municipal paid sick leave laws ...
By Francine Esposito, Laura H. Schuman
For years, employers' use of unpaid interns has been under siege. However, the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) recently relaxed the standard employers must meet to employ unpaid interns ...
By Eric Sussman, Howard Fetner
New York State and New York City both recently enacted legislation imposing a raft of new requirements on employers relating to sexual harassment. Here are the key provisions of each law and the dates they become effective.
By Von Sanborn, Aaron T. Kriss, Jeffrey M. Kole
On May 18, Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy announced that the U.S. Department of the Treasury approved all 72 "Qualified Opportunity Zones" that had been nominated by his administration...
By Eric D. Fader
On June 26, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced numerous initiatives to reduce fraud and waste in the Medicaid program.
By Day Pitney LLP
A June 27 article in The Star-Ledger and on NJ.com, "Confidential documents suggest Horizon misled public on how it picked hospitals for OMNIA program," discussed confidential reports and related documents that have been obtained in connection with a lawsuit brought by three New Jersey-based hospitals against Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey. Day Pitney's Mike Furey was quoted in the article.
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