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Wire Transfer Attacks are Increasing: Here’s What Companies Can Do to Prevent Them

USA - September 18 2017 In our fast-paced, interconnected business world, the ability to quickly, easily and safely wire money is essential. Companies rely on wire transfers

Chapter 13 Trustee Must Return Funds to Debtor Following Dismissal of Case

USA - July 5 2016 What happens to funds held by a Chapter 13 trustee (the “Trustee”) in the event that a Chapter 13 debtor dismisses her case voluntarily? That’s the

What do I do if I receive a Notice of Deficiency from the IRS?

USA - September 30 2015 What should you do when the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) notifies you that you owe additional taxes? The most important thing to know is that you

Monitoring Employee Conduct Outside of the Workplace

USA - November 17 2016 In the not too distant past, employers and employees had a clearer idea of what was, and was not, part of the workplace. In the past two decades

Can (or Should) Employers Regulate Employee Conduct Outside of Work?

USA - August 16 2016 Employers routinely discipline and terminate employees for employee conduct which takes place in the workplace. Can (or should) an employer

Dog Bite Liability - What Horse Owners and Stables Should Know

USA - September 18 2017 Horse owners are often dog owners. While horse owners may concern themselves with liabilities associated with horse ownership, they may lose sight of

Wire Transfer Attacks are Increasing: Here’s What Companies Can Do to Prevent Them

USA - September 18 2017 In our fast-paced, interconnected business world, the ability to quickly, easily and safely wire money is essential. Companies rely on wire transfers

OIG Report Could Trigger Increased CMS Oversight of Skilled Nursing Facilities

USA - September 11 2017 The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services ("HHS") Office of Inspector General ("OIG") recently issued a preliminary report regarding quality of

Hacked: Equifax Breach Leaves Millions of Consumers Vulnerable

USA - September 8 2017 Credit reporting agency Equifax announced that the personal information for over a 140 million U.S. consumers was potentially compromised. The

Can Same-Sex Couples Own Real Property as Tenants by the Entirety in Michigan?

USA - September 6 2017 Two years have passed since the United States Supreme Court passed down a 5-4 decision in Obergefell v. Hodges which held that same-sex couples have a