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House Bill 984 – Removal of Squatters from Private Property

There was a viral sound/video clip that was circulating around social media sometime last year where a woman walks into what is presumed to be her house to find someone in her living room. She proceeds to ask the individual, “Who are you?” The individual responds by saying, “I’m Pam; who are you?” The woman…

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OK at Work: Risk Assessment When Terminating an Employee

On this week’s OK at Work, Sarah Sawyer and Russell Berger discuss the risk assessment calculus that employers should work through when considering the termination of an employee. Listen to learn more.

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Infographic: The Sell Side M&A Attorney Team

Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) are a team sport. It takes multiple people to successfully close a business transaction: the business owner or owners, the buyer, each side’s accountants and advisors, and multiple attorneys working together.

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NIL Regulation: Can the NCAA Recover and Advance Its Own Fumble?

With a view toward injecting some modicum of clarity into the volatile arena of NIL, a plethora of legislation has been enacted at the state level and proposed at the federal level. ALM | Law.com Entertainment & Sports Law The convergence of myriad factors have dramatically transformed the landscape of collegiate sports. No other development has…

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OK at Work: Navigating Business Partnerships

On this week’s OK at Work, Sarah Sawyer and Russell Berger discuss some of the considerations that business owners should work through when taking on and working with partners. Listen to learn more.

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Why Use an Attorney in a Divorce Case?

Using an attorney in a divorce case can provide numerous benefits, including: Legal Expertise: Family law attorneys have specialized knowledge and expertise in divorce law. They can explain your rights, options, and legal obligations, ensuring that you fully understand the legal implications of decisions you make during the divorce process. Objective Advice: Emotions can run…

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How Do You Choose a Parenting Plan that is Right for You?

Choosing a parenting plan during divorce or separation is a significant decision that requires careful consideration of your children’s needs and your family’s circumstances. Here are steps to help you pick a parenting plan: Put Children First: The primary consideration in choosing a parenting plan should always be the best interests of your children. Focus…

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What is a Parenting Plan?

A parenting plan is a document that outlines how separated or divorced parents will share the responsibilities of raising their children. It typically covers various aspects of parenting, including custody arrangements, visitation schedules, decision-making authority, and other important matters related to the children’s upbringing. Here are some key components typically included in a parenting plan:…

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About to Sell Your Business? Don’t Schedule Vacation Yet

Perhaps, you’re like a number of business sellers I’ve worked with and you’re planning to exit your company. If you’re a business owner and you’ve already received a letter of intent (LOI) from an interested buyer, a massive payday may appear to be right around the corner. I’m sure it seems like the perfect occasion…

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Navigating Overtime Regulations: Plaintiffs Challenge Department of Labor’s New Overtime Rule

On May 21, 2024, a significant event unfolded in the legal landscape as several plaintiffs filed a lawsuit challenging the Department of Labor’s (DOL) new overtime rule.  This rule, which raises the salary threshold for professional and highly compensated employee exemptions, is scheduled to take effect on July 1, 2024. The rule, in essence, stipulates that a…

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