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Donor Disclosure Update: New NJ Rule; Veto of NJ Proposed Statute; 9th Circuit Divided

New Jersey is the latest state to compel disclosure of significant donors in the wake of the federal government's decision to eliminate reporting to the IRS by tax-exempt organizations (other than 501(c)(3)s) of their significant donors. NJ Attorney General Gurbir… … Continue reading

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How is Property Divided in a Divorce in Alabama?

One question that many clients have when they ask about divorce is how their property will be divided. This question can cause a lot of stress during the divorce process, but the best way to ensure both parties get what … Continue reading

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F.T.C. Wants to Punish Facebook, but the Divided Agency May Go Only So Far

The chairman appears to have the votes to approve a settlement with a big fine. One of the biggest issues has been whether to hold Mark Zuckerberg liable for future violations. Read more detail on Recent Business Law posts – … Continue reading

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How will property be divided in a New Jersey divorce?

Whether one is married young or old, many things are brought into a marriage. Even if something is not of much value, when most individuals marry, they are combining their property. For the most part, this is workable, as married … Continue reading

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The 116th Congress – How Divided Government May Impact the Healthcare Industry

The 116th Congress convened on January 3 with Democrats controlling the House for the first time since 2011 and Republicans maintaining their majority in the Senate. Divided government typically constrains Congress’s ability to pass broad, new legislative initiatives, while also … Continue reading

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