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My Court Date Got Reset- What’s Next?

 By Cynthia Milian In the last month, many immigration attorneys have scrambled to readjust their schedules and firm personnel to ensure that their clients are prepared and are represented in their upcoming court hearing dates that have been moved from … Continue reading

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What’s New in Immigration? H-1B Season Imminent, Policy Changes, and TPS Updates

H-1B Filing Season Opens Next Week USCIS will begin accepting H-1B petitions that are subject to the FY 2019 cap on April 2, 2018. To make sure you are prepared click here for a running checklist of supporting documents typically included in … Continue reading

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Guest Post: SEC Enforcement Still Strong Under Trump – What’s Next?

Britt Latham Brian Irving In the following guest post, Britt K. Latham and Brian Irving of the  Bass, Berry & Sims PLC  law firm take a look at the SEC’s enforcement action track record under the Trump administration and take … Continue reading

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Medicaid: What is it? Am I eligible? What’s the “look-back period”?

In this article, we give an overview of #Medicaid for Long-term care. We explain Medicaid income requirements, the Medicaid look back period, and Medicaid eligibility requirements. #ElderLaw, #IllinoisElderLaw Read more detail on Recent Family Law posts –

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LPT: What’s New in Social Media Marketing for Lawyers?

In the March 2018 issue of the American Bar Association’s Law Practice Today webzine, I put around 2,500 words to web in my article, What’s New in Social Media Marketing for Lawyers? It seems like just yesterday that Facebook, Twitter … Continue reading

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