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Employment Law Alert - May 2016
The Rule is effective December 1, 2016, and implements two critical changes to the “white collar” exemptions from overtime.
By Labor & Employment

Consumer Finance Class Actions and Litigations
Terry Frank presented Residential Mortgage: Recent Trends at the ACI’s 25th National Conference on Consumer Finance Class Actions & Litigation on April 7-8, 2016.
By Terry C. Frank and Bankruptcy, Creditors' Rights & Business Restructuring

Business Tax Client Alert - May 2016
In his 2009 statement exhorting taxpayers to come forward, IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman predicted,“[f]or taxpayers who continue to hide their head in the sand, the situation will only become more dire.”
By Alison V. Lennarz and Business Taxation

ACA Related Numbers & Limitations 2014-2017
John M. Peterson has created a reference chart with updated Affordable Care Act numbers and limitations.
By John M. Peterson and Labor & Employment

Discovery and Rules of Evidence in Eminent Domain
Mark Short was a presenter at the CLE International’s Virginia Eminent Domain Seminar on May 5, 2016.
By Mark A. Short

Employee Benefits Update - Spring 2016
Department of Labor’s New ERISA Fiduciary Rules May Impact Plan Sponsors Overview The DOL’s newly issued rules could impact a variety of retirement plan relationships by making a broad class of investment advisers “fiduciaries” under ERISA. For the first time, many
By Robert Q. Johnson and ESOPs & Employee Benefits

Cybersecurity Client Alert - May 2016
Should You Consider Cyber Liability Insurance? The short answer is yes, and not just consider it but purchase it.   Cyber liability insurance should be a part of your insurance portfolio.   On a rare occasion, your general liability policy may cover a cyber related incident, but with the
By Nicole J. Harrell and Cybersecurity Response Team