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  • Fall 2015
    • DO I REALLY NEED TITLE INSURANCE?
    • CO-SIGNING A STUDENT LOAN CAN HURT YOUR CREDIT SCORE
    • CONDOS LAG IN HOUSING UPTURN
    • NEW RULES MAY LIMIT FORCLOSURES
    • IRS EXPLAINS MORTGAGE INTEREST DEDUCTION FOR MULTIPLE OWNERS
    • IF YOU'RE THINKING OF BUYING A HOME IN ANOTHER COUNTRY...
  • Fall 2014
    • HOMEOWNERS' INSURANCE: THE DEVIL RESIDES IN THE DETAILS
    • "CYBERSMEAR" LAWSUITS
    • AGE DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT
    • FREELANCERS' ARTICLES ARE NOT FREE
    • THE MARITAL DEDUCTION: A VALUABLE ESTATE PLANNING TOOL
    • CAPPED COMMISSIONS
  • Summer 2014
    • SMALL BUSINESSES AND JOB DISCRIMINATION
    • NONCOMPETITION AGREEMENTS AND ARBITRATION
    • REAL ESTATE DEALS GONE WRONG
    • ESTIMATED TAXES FOR BUSINESS OWNERS
    • ENSURE YOUR FINANCIAL PRIVACY
  • Spring 2014
    • BEFORE YOU START A BUSINESS
    • ESTATE PLANNING — POWERS OF APPOINTMENT
    • PUBLIC USE REQUIRED FOR EMINENT DOMAIN
    • TAX FREE GAINS FROM HOME SALES
    • RECREATIONAL USE IMMUNITY FOR GOLF INJURY
  • Winter 2013/2014
    • DEDUCTING THE BUSINESS USE OF YOUR HOME
    • E MAIL IS BINDING
    • WHEN IS AN EMPLOYEE A "SUPERVISOR"?
    • WHAT IS A REIT?
    • WEATHER THE STORM
  • Summer 2013
    • TAKE THE TIME TO UPDATE YOUR WILL
    • TAXES ON GAMBLING WINNINGS
    • CAREFUL WHOM YOU ADD TO ACCOUNTS
    • LONG ARM OF THE LAW
    • NEW HIPAA RULE
  • Spring 2013
    • AMERICAN TAXPAYER RELIEF ACT OF 2012
    • ARBITRATION AGREEMENTS CAN GO TOO FAR
    • FACEBOOK POSTING LEADS TO AN "F"
    • FINANCIAL FRAUD AGAINST THE ELDERLY
    • EMPLOYERS COMBAT FMLA ABUSE
  • Winter 2012/2013
    • CLASSIFYING EMPLOYEES FOR WAGES
    • UNDERWATER HOMEOWNERS GET A LIFE RAFT
    • HOW LONG HAS THIS BEEN GOING ON?
    • PITFALLS OF BEING AN EXECUTOR
    • 401(K) LOANS AND HARDSHIP WITHDRAWALS
  • Fall 2012
    • CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS ON EMPLOYEES
    • LOTTERY WINNINGS AND GIFT TAXES
    • FAIR HOUSING ACT DOESN'T APPLY TO ROOMMATES
    • LAND PURCHASERS GET MONEY BACK
    • LLC MEMBER PERSONALLY LIABLE
    • UMBRELLA INSURANCE POLICIES
    • CAR SAFETY
  • Summer 2012
    • CONFIDENTIAL E MAILS: PROCEED WITH CAUTION
    • THE COMPANY IS WORTH HOW MUCH?
    • REAL ESTATE ROUNDUP
    • EMPLOYEE OR CONTRACTOR? IRS OFFERS AMNESTY
    • RETIREMENT ACCOUNT OVERVIEW
    • "Y'ALL" = MARITAL PROPERTY
  • Spring 2012
    • ADA PRIMER FOR SMALL BUSINESSES
    • FELINE FRIEND 1, IRS 0
    • FCRA AND PREEMPTION OF STATE LAW CLAIMS
    • CAR HORN HONKING AS FREE SPEECH
    • ESTATE PLANNING: PRIVATE REVERSE MORTGAGES
    • THE MYSTERY OF THE OLD BANK ACCOUNT
  • Summer 2009
    • E MAILS CAN MODIFY CONTRACTS
    • ROTH 401(K)S
    • NEW IDENTITY THEFT RULES AFFECT BUSINESSES
    • RELIGIOUS LAND USE LAWSUITS
    • COLD FEET COST GROOM $150,000
    • ESTATE PLANNING FOR VACATION HOMES
  • Fall 2007
    • COMPUTER FRAUD AND ABUSE ACT UPDATE
    • IRS GETS TOUGH ON DEFERRED COMPENSATION
    • EXCLUDED HEIRS MAY STILL INHERIT
    • "ARM" BORROWERS BEWARE!
    • CAN YOU TRADEMARK A FLAVOR?
    • "HOURS OF SERVICE" UNDER THE FMLA
  • Summer 2007
    • WHAT HAPPENS TO YOUR E‑MAIL AFTER YOU DIE?
    • BEWARE OF FAKE CHECKS
    • DOES THE ADA APPLY TO WEBSITES?
    • WATCH YOUR LANGUAGE, DEBT COLLECTORS
    • ZONING LAWS AND THE EXERCISE OF RELIGION
    • UNSIGHTLY APPEARANCES
  • Spring 2007
    • DOING BUSINESS ON THE WEB-CLICKWRAP AGREEMENTS
    • REAL ESTATE LAW UPDATE
    • ESTABLISHING PATENT PRIORITY FOR INTERFERING PATENT APPLICATIONS
    • TAX CONSEQUENCES OF SELLING COLLECTIBLES
    • ESTATE PLANNING 101: WHAT IS A TRUST?
  • WINTER 2006/2007
    • EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION AND RETALIATION BY EMPLOYERS
    • ROTH IRA CONVERSIONS
    • COMMERCIAL LANDLORD SUED FOR UNSAFE CONDITIONS
    • COMPUTER FRAUD AND ABUSE ACT
    • EMPLOYEE OR INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR?
    • DID YOU KNOW?
  • Summer 2006
    • SHOULD YOU INCORPORATE YOUR BUSINESS?
    • SPORTS INJURIES
    • VALUATION DISCOUNTS FOR ESTATE AND GIFT TAXES
    • THE HAZARDS OF RÉSUMÉ SCREENING
    • EMINENT DOMAIN UPDATE
    • SMOKE ALARMS: INEXPENSIVE GUARDIAN ANGELS
  • WINTER 2005/2006
    • AN INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE SAVINGS PLANS
    • GOLF BALLS CAN BE TRESPASSERS
    • FLSA OVERTIME UPDATE
    • JUNK FAX PROTECTION ACT
    • "POP-UPS" ANNOY BUT DON'T INFRINGE
    • DO YOU HAVE RESIDENCES IN MORE THAN ONE STATE?
    • CONTRACTOR SHIELDED FROM LIABILITY
  • Fall 2005
    • CAREFUL! NEW RULE AFFECTS THE DISPOSAL OF CONSUMER CREDIT INFORMATION
    • GIFTING AS AN ESTATE PLANNING TOOL
    • SAFEGUARDS FOR ELECTRONIC BANKING
    • RETIREMENT GUIDE FOR SMALL BUSINESSES
    • PROTECT YOUR HOME WITH TITLE INSURANCE
    • TASTER'S CHOICE MODEL WINS BIG
    • QUOTABLE
  • Summer 2005
    • ENVIRONMENTAL LAW UPDATE
    • NEW TAX DEPOSIT RULES FOR SMALL BUSINESSES
    • FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIPS DRAW IRS SCRUTINY
    • BUSINESS STARTUP--SHOULD YOU BE A "FRANCHISE PLAYER"?
  • Spring 2005
    • REAL ESTATE ROUNDUP
    • PREGNANCY DISCRIMINATION AT WORK
    • MINIMIZE YOUR RISK OF IDENTITY THEFT
    • MORE BUSINESSES ELIGIBLE FOR C-EZ
    • BUSINESS LIABLE FOR NOT INVESTIGATING CREDIT COMPLAINT
    • FDIC INSURANCE FOR REVOCABLE TRUSTS
  • Winter 2004/2005
    • TAKE THE TIME TO UPDATE YOUR WILL
    • TELECOMMUTERS AND THE HOME OFFICE TAX DEDUCTION
    • E-MAIL PRIVACY IN THE WORKPLACE
    • OSCAR WILDE AND COPYRIGHT LAW
    • NEW BANKING RULES AFFECT CHECKING ACCOUNTS
  • Fall 2004
    • BUSINESS ALERT: NEW OVERTIME REGULATIONS
    • REAL ESTATE LETTERS OF INTENT
    • TECHNOLOGY AND THE LAW
    • IRS GETS TOUGH ON ESTATE TAX FRAUD
    • WITHDRAWAL RULES FOR INHERITED IRAs
  • Summer 2004
    • INNOCENT SPOUSE TAX RELIEF
    • ROUGH DAY AT THE GOLF TOURNAMENT
    • FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE ACT UPDATE
    • DEVELOPMENT DITCHED
    • MEDICAID AND NURSING HOME BENEFITS
    • REVERSE PIERCING OF CORPORATE VEIL
  • Spring 2004
    • BUY-SELL AGREEMENTS FOR SMALL BUSINESSES
    • REVIEW YOUR CREDIT REPORT
    • WHEN NONCOMPETITION AGREEMENTS CROSS STATE LINES
    • NEW IDENTITY THEFT DISCLOSURE LAW
    • COMMERCIAL LANDLORD MUST MITIGATE DAMAGES
  • Winter 2003
    • FEDERAL PRIVACY RULE PROTECTS HEALTH INFORMATION
    • DEBTORS AND CREDITORS
    • HIGHLIGHTS OF THE NEW FEDERAL TAX ACT
    • TELECOMMUTING AND UNEMPLOYMENT
    • ESTATE PLANNING WITH LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE
    • "JUST SAY NO" TO UNSOLICITED CREDIT-CARD OFFERS
  • Fall 2003
    • HOMEOWNERS' INSURANCE: THE DEVIL RESIDES IN THE DETAILS
    • "CYBERSMEAR" LAWSUITS
    • AGE DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT
    • BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU FAX
    • THE MARITAL DEDUCTION: A VALUABLE ESTATE PLANNING TOOL
    • CAPPED COMMISSIONS
  • Summer 2003
    • FEDERAL ADVERTISING GUIDELINES FOR BUSINESSES
    • CASE BY CASE
    • ARBITRATION CLAUSES IN EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTS
    • EMPLOYMENT LAW GUIDEBOOK
    • LIFE INSURANCE CAN BE PART OF YOUR ESTATE PLAN
  • Spring 2003
    • COURTS BEGIN PUTTING THE BRAKES ON "TAKINGS"
    • CASE BY CASE
    • ADA AND SMALL BUSINESSES
    • SOLO 401(K) RETIREMENT PLANS
    • CREDIT REPORTING AGENCY HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR ERRORS
    • ONLINE BANKING
  • Winter 2002
    • LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES--THE BEST OF ALL WORLDS?
    • NO PRIVACY FOR HOME COMPUTERS
    • BEWARE OF PREDATORY HOME LOANS
    • AN EXPENSIVE TEE SHOT
    • IS IT TIME FOR AN ESTATE PLANNING CHECKUP?
    • IRS MAKES IT EASIER TO SETTLE TAX DEBTS
    • THEY SAID IT
  • Fall 2002
    • WHEN MILITARY DUTY CALLS EMPLOYEES
    • CASE BY CASE
    • TAX CREDITS FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION
    • CYBERSQUATTING
    • NEW ESTATE PLANNING TECHNIQUE
    • LOST HEALTH-CARE COVERAGE

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