On January 13, 2022, the United States Supreme Court ruled, in a 6-3 decision, granted an emergency stay OSHA’s COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Emergency Temporary Standard (“ETS”) requiring employers with at least 100 employees “to ensure their workforces are fully vaccinated or show a ...Read More
The Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”) is a federal law enacted in 1970 to promote the accuracy, fairness, relevancy, and privacy of consumer information in the file of credit reporting agencies. Banks and other financial institutions are an important link in the consumer credit ...Read More
If I asked you to define “estate plan,” you would likely tell me that an estate plan is an arrangement for the distribution of your assets upon death. I would award you 1/3 credit. Truth is, all of my clients are generous, selfless individuals: ...Read More
When you are forming your business, the choice of entity is always an important decision – will you incorporate, or form a limited liability company? Will you operate as a partnership – general or limited? What you may not know is that if you ...Read More
We live in the age of information. Exponential gains in our ability to gather, store, and communicate information electronically define this millennium thus far. But as is usually the case, regulation of the risks associated with rapidly advancing technology has lagged behind. Most businesses, ...Read More
With a view towards closing a deal, legal due diligence occurs when a business attorney collects and analyzes information from a legal perspective and then makes recommendations regarding any action that should be taken.
This typically occurs during the period between signing the transaction (e.g. ...Read More