So, you thought the trial went well, but somehow the judge didn’t see things your way. Your trial counsel is stressing, and you’re wondering what happened and whether you have any recourse. Sounds like the scenario for a potential appeal.Read More
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Nonprofit organizations are under more scrutiny than ever these days from the government, contributors and other constituents. In addition to always making sure there is no private inurement or other activity jeopardizing a nonprofit’s tax-exempt status, there are a host of corporate governance practices that should be examined and need to be put in place.Read More
Producing an effective response to a professional misconduct complaint requires a thorough approach to collecting the details surrounding the conduct and crafting a comprehensive yet compelling written reply to the allegations. It must be based on an accurate presentation of the facts and provide a dispassionate cogent argument refuting the accusations. Quite often, it is preferable to have a well-trained, experienced attorney either provide assistance or write the actual response from a knowledgeable and objective point of view.Read More
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A profit sharing plan is the most flexible qualified retirement plan an employer can offer to its employees. Contributions are discretionary, and each year the employer can decide whether to make a contribution and, within certain parameters, in what amount. The most simple profit sharing plan allocates contributions among participants pro-rata, based on compensation. Using this “plain vanilla” contribution model, if owners or key employees of a business wanted to have a contribution of 20% of pay, then all other participants must also receive contributions equal to that same percentage.Read More
There is plenty of information on a number of government websites collected here.Read More
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