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Potential Tax Law Changes Could Present Rare Estate Planning Opportunities

USA - January 12 2017 The following article was featured in the January 2017 edition of Legacy, the Vorys newsletter focused on wealth planning. President-elect Donald

Foreign Correspondent Banking - Regulators Encourage U.S. Banks to Keep Doing It, But Their Regulations Have Been Discouraging

USA - January 18 2017 Once again, banks seem to be caught between a regulatory rock and a hard place. After years of additional regulations and civil money penalties

Complications with Customer Communications in Context of Credit Conveyances (aka Problems with Notices to Borrowers in Default or Bankruptcy When Loans or Servicing are Transferred)

USA - January 18 2017 If your bank is in the process of a merger or has agreed to buy or sell a portfolio of mortgage loans, notices must be provided to the borrowers

Maximizing Profits on Online Marketplaces Without Losing Control of Pricing, Damaging Your Brand

USA - January 13 2017 eCommerce continues to grow in the United States. Among the contributing factors are third-party online marketplaces. There are many statistics that

U.S. Supreme Court Denies Certiorari in Ohio Dormant Mineral Act Case

USA - January 17 2017 Today, in its Order List, the Supreme Court of the United States denied certiorari in Jon D. Walker, Jr. v. Patricia J. Shondrick-Nau, Executrix of

Labor and Employment Alert: Massachusetts Trial Court Holds That On-Call Meal Periods Must Be Paid

USA - January 20 2017 In a case of first impression, the Massachusetts Superior Court (the state's trial court) recently decided when an employee's unpaid meal break should

Client Alert: NIST Releases Draft Updates to Cybersecurity Framework

USA - January 19 2017 Recently, the U.S. Department of Commerce, through the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), released a draft Version 1.1 to its

Labor and Employment Alert: California Supreme Court Prohibits On-Call Rest Periods

USA - January 18 2017 California generally requires employers to provide their non-exempt employees with a 10 minute rest period for each four hours of work or major

EEOC Issues Expansive Enforcement Guidance on Retaliation

USA - January 18 2017 According to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), retaliation is now the most frequently alleged basis of discrimination. This explains

Foreign Correspondent Banking - Regulators Encourage U.S. Banks to Keep Doing It, But Their Regulations Have Been Discouraging

USA - January 18 2017 Once again, banks seem to be caught between a regulatory rock and a hard place. After years of additional regulations and civil money penalties