Employers who wish to hire nonimmigrant workers in specialty occupations should carefully analyze the options available to them as soon as possible.
In order to make meetings with an estate attorney or financial adviser most efficient, here are some documents to prepare in advance and bring with you to the meeting: …
The only certainty is that if someone wants to give away more than $1 million and not incur tax for doing so, he or she should do so before December 31, 2012.
Here are five things to keep in mind when seeking an attorney that’s right for you and your business:
Contributions to federal candidates and committees are limited under the law. You, as the contributor, and the committee to which you give, are both legally responsible for making sure that your contribution does not exceed legal limits.
Time can be saved under a variety of Trusted Traveler Programs designed to expedite the entry process into the U.S. for low-risk travelers.
Homeowners, rather than builders or developers, will be financially responsible for most defects in common areas of residential neighborhoods, according to a new state law that takes effect July 1.
A variety of problems contributed to Facebook’s poor debut, including the underwriters’ decision to increase the number of shares sold and the offering price.
The JOBS Act, which was signed into law on April 5, 2012, is designed to invigorate the capital markets by removing restrictions on capital raising. It will fundamentally alter the way all companies raise capital.
You may be surprised to learn that not all “irrevocable” estate plans are irrevocable. It may be comforting to know that Florida law provides some flexibility to deal with unanticipated circumstances, changes in estate planning goals, or later-discovered mistakes in drafting.