FBAR & Whistleblower (2018) – IRS Laws Put Foreign Accounts in Jeopardy

FBAR & Whistleblower (2018) – IRS Laws Put Foreign Accounts in Jeopardy (Golding & Golding) FBAR & Whistleblower (2018) – IRS Laws Put Foreign Accounts in Jeopardy As if there are not enough things in life for you to worry about, right? If you are like many of our clients, you are a motivated entrepreneur, executive, doctor, lawyer, entertainer, sports figure, or other individual with foreign income, assets, accounts and investments. Our clients have worked very, very hard at every level of their career to reach their goals. We’ve had wonderful conversations with our clients in many far away places about their individual success stories, and the crazy paths and experiences they took to achieve their goals.  In addition, like most successful people, everyone makes a few enemies along the way. FBAR & Whistleblowers Maybe you did something bad to someone (less common), or more frequently someone….. To continue reading this legal news please click Read full information...

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GA Appeals Court Limits Emotional Distress Claims in Suit Over Deadly Boating Accident

Stock image.  Atlanta—The Georgia Court of Appeals Wednesday concluded three children’s claims for emotional distress stemming from a deadly boating accident could go forward, but it limited those claims only to what involved the children's own physical injuries. Malibu Boats LLC f/k/a Malibu Boats Inc., et al. v. Batchelder, et al. .. To continue reading this legal news please click Read full information...

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Facebook’s Targeted Job Ads Allow Companies to Exclude Women, Says ACLU Lawsuit

Facebook is facing a gender discrimination lawsuit that accuses the company of allowing employers advertising on its platform to target employment ads exclusively to male candidates. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed a federal complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) on September 18. It alleged Facebook has given advertisers a way to […].. To continue reading this legal news please click Read full information...

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Watch Laurie Besden tell her story of addiction and redemption

American University Washington College of Law hosted a YouTube Live event for Law Student Mental Health Day featuring Laurie Besden, Pennsylvania Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers Executive Director, who is in recovery with an incredible story to share. Laurie had a privileged upbringing. She graduated college with a 3.97 GPA, and was in the top 15% of her law school class. On paper, Laurie is the definition of success. Laurie is also a drug addict. Listen as Laurie candidly shares her story of crippling addiction, and ultimately, redemption. Learn how the District Attorney approached the case and her current thoughts about it. Understand what it is like to be approached by a caring individual, with their experience strength and hope, even when you are not ready to accept your state of affairs. It is never too early or late to plant “the seed of hope”.   Learn more about Laurie here in this video from the ABA Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs... To continue reading this legal news please click Read full information...

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Are Children Required to Comply with New York Visitation Orders?

Going through a New York divorce or couple split is often very difficult for all of the parties involved, including any children of the divorcing couple. Children are often unwitting parties to the entire process, yet their lives can change significantly as a result. It is not uncommon for children to resist the fact that their parents are getting divorced or separated. Consequently, they may take one parent’s side over the other. When it comes to a New York family law court’s custody orders, however, children are obligated to follow the visitation or parenting time arrangement set forth by the court. While a judge will listen to a child’s wishes in regards to visitation, ultimately the court will consider factors other than the child’s expressed preferences when determining whether visitation with the non-custodial spouse is appropriate. If the court determines that the non-custodial spouse has parenting time or visitation rights, then the child must….. To continue reading this legal news please click Read full information...

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