LawMatters – February 2021
In the February 2021 Edition of LawMatters, Offit Kurman attorneys discuss implementing new bonus programs and why U.S. and foreign companies need to disclose ownership. This month you’ll also be able to find a spotlight on our M&A deals, as well as learn more information about an upcoming webinar regarding planning and protections for children with special needs.
Our LawMatters newsletter has been a staple in providing our readers with updates regarding their regions and COVID-19 fluxes. Read on to find the latest in the February 2021 Edition of LawMatters.
Offit Kurman Represents IntelliGensis LLC on Buy-Side of CybatiWorks Deal
Offit Kurman attorneys, Michael N. Mercurio, Julia Taylor, and Andres Vera recently closed the buy-side transaction on behalf of Intelligensis LLC – a veteran and woman-owned small business in Columbia, Maryland of CybatiWorks
In the February edition of LawMatters:
- Implementing a new bonus program this year? There may be legal consequences you aren’t aware of.
- Many US and Foreign Companies in the US Will Need to Disclose Ownership
- May employers mandate that their employees obtain a COVID-19 vaccine?
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