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This is a reminder that April 3, 2017, is the first day the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will begin accepting H-1B petitions filed on behalf of foreign nationals for employment commencing on or after October 1, 2017
The Dec. 30, 2016, court order invalidates the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s earlier issued emergency rule requiring immediate media notification of pollution.
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By Jan. 22, 2017, all U.S. employers must use only the new version of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ employment eligibility verification form.
As of Dec. 1, 2016, the U.S. Copyright Office will no longer accept paper-filed agent designations in connection with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, and parties that previously designated an agent with the office via a paper filing have until Dec. 31, 2017, to submit new registrations through the electronic system or lose their safe harbor protection under the DMCA.
With the passage of the Florida Constitutional Amendment 2 (medical marijuana), we expect enacting legislation in the 2017 legislative session to address in part how Florida employers are impacted by this new law. By Florida law, the Constitutional Amendment will be effective Jan. 3, 2017, with six months for implementation.
Gunster’s private wealth services attorneys offer a year-end timely roundup of estate and trust planning tips, information and news.
On Nov. 22, a federal district court issued a preliminary injunction blocking the U.S. Department of Labor from implementing the new overtime rules set to take effect on Dec. 1, 2016.
The rate increase will go into effect Dec. 1, 2016, for all new and renewal policies. Companies would be wise to begin planning now for the increase, even if policies are not up for renewal until next year.