The IRS has given plan sponsors more time to adopt some – but apparently not all – retirement plan amendments reflecting law changes in the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of 2019 (SECURE Act), the Bipartisan Miners Act of 2019 (Miners Act), and the Coronavirus Aid, Reli

Crypto, Metaverse, NFT – das Leben wird immer virtueller und die fortschreitende Digitalisierung unserer Gesellschaft sorgt dafür, dass Arbeitsprozesse von einzelnen Personen und Unternehmen effizienter und nachhaltiger gestaltet werden können.

The use of cryptocurrencies for online purchases has been steadily gaining popularity. However, using crypto to pay for goods in stores has been slow due to the lack of infrastructure that can support crypto transactions.

What did the Court decide? The United States Supreme Court resolved a split among the federal appeals courts on the question of whether private international arbitration tribunals can be considered to be either “foreign” or “international” tribunals for purposes of a federal statute, 28 U.S.C.

In 2018 I prosecuted a criminal contempt action in a state court civil proceeding. The contempt action was very difficult for my clients, my law firm, my family, the courts, and opposing counsel.

Law360 Pulse reporter Anne Cullen recently interviewed Flaster Greenberg Labor & Employment Shareholder Susie Cirilli for expert insight on some of the recent movies and TV shows that, as Anne writes, “experts say offer lessons for discrimination law attorneys.” Originally published on Law36

When a party files a lawsuit in court despite agreeing in the contract to arbitrate the dispute, the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) entitles the responding party to file a motion to stay, or pause, the lawsuit and compel the case to arbitration.

The Ninth Circuit recently reviewed a district court’s handling of a class action involving claims of employment misclassification. Bowerman v. Field Asset Services, Inc.

The Texas Supreme Court, in Bitco Gen. Ins. Corp. v. Monroe Guar. Ins. Co., recently solidified an exception to the longstanding “eight-corners” rule, granting insurance carriers some potential reprieve to the detriment of policy holders.

On August 3, 2022, the New York State Department of Health (“DOH”) published an MRT Listserv notice announcing the launch of the Health Care & Mental Hygiene Worker Bonus (HWB) Program and Submission Portal.