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New Tax Bill May Leave Some Taxpayers Subject to Double Taxation

Several years ago, our office published an article examining the subject of cumulative taxation. Under the Due Process Clause of the 14th Amendment, state taxes must not subject a taxpayer to an unfair cumulative tax burden.  We reported about the … Continue reading

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Happy New Year! New York Employees Are Now Entitled to Paid Family Leave

As of January 1, 2018, all New York employers, regardless of size, must offer paid family leave to their employees.  Hopefully, employers already have revised policies in anticipation of the law taking effect. If employers have not revised handbooks or … Continue reading

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Should I Disinherit My Child with Special Needs and Leave the Money to Siblings Instead?

For many children with special needs, access to government programs is critical to their overall well-being. However, programs like Medicaid and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are needs-based, and any money given to a child with disabilities could cause them to … Continue reading

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Curbing FMLA Abuse: Policies Restricting an Employee's Travel While on Paid Sick Leave

This post was contributed by Jodi Frankel, a new Associate in McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC's Labor and Employment Group. Jodi graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law in May 2011 and sat for the Pennsylvania bar exam … Continue reading

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Mack to Leave Morgan Stanley

Shakeups in the wirehouse world are becoming an every-day occurance. The WSJ is reporting that John Mack will resign as Chairman of Morgan Stanley at the end of the year. The last couple of years have been turmoil at Morgan … Continue reading

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