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By Eric Gregory
With all of the payroll complexities that employers face, it is no surprise that a special set of rules that applies to only a small category of employees is frequently overlooked.
By C.Timothy Gary
The article surveyed a panel of industry thought leaders on the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' finalized Pathways to Success program.
By Autumn Gentry
In December 2018, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit held that Tennessee's cap on punitive damages was unconstitutional. This cap came into effect when Tennessee Governor Bill
By Les Raatz
If property is held by someone at their death, the "basis" in the property used by the seller to determine taxable gain on its sale is re-set to the fair market value at the date of death.
By W. Stuart Scott
For most people, once their divorce is final they are done with the divorce process and the legal aspects of their case. But this may not be true for everyone.
By Dylan Augruso, Era Saraci
A recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision may have significant implications on the interpretation of "dispute resolution" provisions contained in employment and independent contractor agreements.
By Kevin Weber
The Global Talent Stream is a two-year pilot program of Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) and Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) ...
By Henry Grix
The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act raised the amount that can be sheltered from federal estate tax in 2019 to $11.4 million for an individual and double that amount, or $22.8 million, for a married couple.
By W. Stuart Scott
We recently posted a blog regarding how to make your divorce quick and painless in Arizona. There are some differences in Tennessee.
By Sara Jodka
There are three states with biometric privacy laws. Texas, which passed its law in 2009, and Washington, which passed its law in 2017, followed Illinois' passage of its 2008 law ...
By Sara Jodka
For those keeping track, there are number of different (yet somewhat similar) tests agencies and courts use to determine whether a worker is an employee or an independent contractor.
By Dana M. Levy
My clients often provide me with copies of their emails and text communications with their ex-spouse.
By Jack R. Dodson III
On January 4, 2019, Mayor David Briley approved the enactment of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County Equal Business Opportunity Program (the "Program").
By Sara Jodka
Joint employer status continues to be a major issue at all levels of the debate, including with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and federal and state courts.
By Mark Lansing
The first question, of course, is whether the United States Supreme Court even grants the petition, which, at this point, is an improbable result.
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