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The American Rescue Plan Act Part 2: Expanded Employer Tax Credits for Paid Sick and Emergency Family Leave

April 9, 2021

As mentioned in part one, employers should be aware of a number of key provisions under Biden’s new stimulus bill,…

This Week in Real Estate: LLC and LLP Asset Protection

April 9, 2021

Pursuant to most LLC and LLP statutes, there are three types of asset protection provisions— a liability shield provision, “pick-your-partner”…

The Weekly Scenario: Designating a Beneficiary on a Vehicle Title

April 8, 2021

Like an individual retirement account or life insurance policy, a vehicle owner can designate a beneficiary to receive ownership of…

All of My Employees are Vaccinated. Can We Ditch the Masks? Not yet.

April 8, 2021

Over the last three months, many employers, including large employers like Aldi, Amtrak, Instacart, McDonald’s, and Target, have been hard…

Philadelphia Public Health Emergency Leave: The City’s New Paid Sick Leave Law

April 7, 2021

If you are an employer in Philadelphia, you’re likely aware of both Philadelphia’s paid sick leave law and the COVID-19…

American Jobs Act: Three Takeaways for the Workplace

April 7, 2021

President Biden introduced the American Jobs Act on March 31. The proposal is preliminary, with only an overview provided by…

OK at Work: Returning to the Office

April 6, 2021

On this week’s episode of OK at Work, Sarah Sawyer and Russell Berger discuss going back to work after Google…

The Terrifying New York Definition of a Franchise

April 6, 2021

As Published in the New York Business Law Journal Licensing is big business. Brand owners may license selected product lines,…

Read & Share: Mapping the World’s Key Maritime Choke Points

April 5, 2021

  Mapping the World’s Key Maritime Choke Points Maritime transport is an essential part of international trade—approximately 80% of global merchandise is…

Is Genericide Still A Thing? Maybe We Worry Too Much About ‘Proper Use Of Trademarks’

April 5, 2021

As Published in The Legal Intelligencer – Special Section March 2021: Intellectual Property By: Laura Winston Earlier this year, the…