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In recent years, the federal estate and gift tax exemptions have been steadily increasing.  The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 supercharged this trend and essentially doubled the exemptions.  ...
As President Donald Trump promised, his Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the “TCJA”) initiated an overhaul intended to simplify an otherwise arduous tax code. Businesses benefited in a number of ways ...
Not since the Clarence Thomas Senate confirmation hearings in 1991 has sexual harassment been as present in the daily news as it is today. 
On January 22, 2018, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit (“Court”) issued its opinion in the case of Office Depot, Inc. v. Secretary of Finance for the State of Delaware.
Employers may be tempted to access an employee’s or former employee’s personal email account (an email account used by the employee that was not provided by the employer), particularly after ...
Since the inauguration of President Donald Trump in January, employers have been anxiously awaiting action regarding a list of pro-employer campaign promises.
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