A plaintiff won a six-figure discrimination verdict in the NDNY after his employer fired him because he had a needle phobia that made it impossible for him to give customers a flu shot on demand. The Court of Appeals has ...Read More »
On March 22, the U.S. Supreme Court released its much-anticipated decision in Star Athletica v. Varsity Brands.1 As readers of The Daily Record may remember,2 the Star Athletica case was about whether the design elements (stripes, chevrons, lines, etc.) on ...Read More »
Tuesday marked the close of another filing tax season for most Americans. Thousands of accountants whooped a shout of joy, papers were tossed in the air, and throngs of professionals ran out of their office buildings finally seeing the sun ...Read More »
The absence of a uniform standard for reporting investment performance presents a challenge for investors. As a rule, investment advisers are not required to report investment performance and, even if they do, there is no uniform standard for how the ...Read More »
Whether you are a transactional attorney inserting an indemnification clause into a contract, or a litigation attorney determining whether to sue on an indemnification provision, it is important to understand how New York courts distinguish between intra-party and third-party indemnification ...Read More »
The big unknown for municipal bond investors with the Trump administration is what changes will occur to personal tax brackets and the taxability of these bonds. Trump clearly wants lower taxes. His proposal is to reduce the top tax rate ...Read More »
Most foreigners arriving in the United States are greeted by Customs and Border Protection officers asking routine questions, such as the reason for the trip, where they’re staying and who they’re visiting. But the Trump administration is now considering a ...
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