The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) included a provision regarding expenses employers incur to provide employee parking. Under Section 274(a)(4) of the new law, any expenses paid after Dec. 31, 2017 in connection with employer provided qualified parking for ...Read More »
March is Women’s History Month. An entire month commemorating and encouraging the study, observance and celebration of the vital role of women in American history. Last year, GRAWA celebrated her 35th anniversary. As part of the celebration, a gala was ...Read More »
So far 2019 has provided a nice rebound in the stock market compared to the last quarter of 2018. Increased trade tensions and plunging stock prices created stock market turbulence. This caused many investors to reevaluate their portfolios in order ...Read More »
The workplace has changed dramatically, with five generations working side-by-side for the first time in history. Each generation views the world of work differently, based on their life experiences growing up, causing a rift between those of another generation. Let’s ...Read More »
On Valentine’s Day, the Court of Appeals resolved one important issue regarding “law offices” for non-resident attorneys admitted to practice in New York, but a rash of other questions — which may put out-of-state attorneys at risk for client complications ...
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