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By Ted Citrome
New legislation proposed in the 2019 Federal Budget would limit the extent to which employees will be entitled to favourable Canadian income tax treatment on certain stock options.
By Giselle C. Alexander
The IRS is actively working with the State Department to deny passport applications and revoke existing passports of taxpayers with delinquent tax debts of $52,000 or more.
By Leonce A. Richard
Arizona Family Courts, like all courts dealing with the trauma and fluid emotions surrounding the break-up of families, constantly grapple with the issue of where to draw the line
By Cynthia Black Svenson
With the current estate tax exemption of $11.4 Million per individual, combined with the portability of estate tax exemption between spouses,
By Sara Jodka
Health information does not have a universal protection and HIPAA is extremely limited as to its protections to such apps.
By Phillip DeRosier
As a general rule, the Michigan Court of Appeals' jurisdiction is limited to appeals of right from a "final judgment or final order." MCR 7.203(A)(1)
By Erica A. Erman
The HIPAA Security Rule[1] was designed to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of a patient's protected health information (PHI) while allowing flexibility
By Emily Dorisio
Like the poor little bird in the Dr. Seuss book that struggled to identify its mother, it can sometimes prove difficult for partners in a partnership to identify their partners for federal income
By Marlene A. Pontrelli, Robert L. Schwartz
If you live in Arizona, the answer is when they turn 18. While some states allow children of a certain age to decide who they wish to live with, Arizona does not allow for a child to make the decision
By Eric Gregory
The summary plan description ("SPD") and disclosure regulations provided by the Department of Labor ("DOL") are spread across six regulatory sections.
By Samuel L. Lofland
On February 14, 2019, the Army Corps of Engineers and Environmental Protection Agency issued a proposed rule entitled "Revised Definition of Waters of the United States," (the "2019 Proposed Rule").
By Stephanie L. Teaford
In a recent case, a federal court in North Carolina struck down a charter school's dress code requiring girls to wear skirts under the Equal Protection Clause of the U.S. Constitution.
By Phillip DeRosier
As a general rule, the Michigan Court of Appeals' jurisdiction is limited to appeals of right from a "final judgment or final order." MCR 7.203(A)(1).
By James Perry, Dalia Abdow
There are a number of state specific paid leave laws that fall into two main categories: (1) sick leave, which entitles employees who work for covered employers to accrue paid sick leave;
By W. Stuart Scott
The length of time that a parent must pay child support, or a parent can receive child support, varies by state.
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