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  • As the Economy Warms Up, Will You Be Ready?
    As the Economy Warms Up, Will You Be Ready?

    Preparing for a surge in demand for your business's products and services doesn't mean you have to go out on a financial limb. But some contingency planning may be in order. The Federal Reserve Bank ...

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  • When a Company Retains Counsel for Employees
    When a Company Retains Counsel for Employees

    When Laidlaw International Inc. found out that a grand jury was investigating the company for allegedly submitting fraudulent invoices to a local government, it arranged for counsel for the three ...

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  • Carefully Negotiate the Terms of a Work Letter
    Carefully Negotiate the Terms of a Work Letter

    Commercial leases are complex and contentious documents to draw up. One of the least understood aspects is the work letter that deals with improvements to a property that are done by a landlord or ...

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  • Seven Reasons to Update Your Will
    Seven Reasons to Update Your Will

    Even if you have a valid will, you may need to draft a new one for a variety of reasons. A will is an essential part of planning for the future. But don't think creating a will is a one-time ...

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  • Anticipating a Staffing Crunch? Here's a Possible Solution
    Anticipating a Staffing Crunch? Here's a Possible Solution

    Every year, roughly 66,000 non-U.S. citizens are granted special visas to perform non-agricultural and non-highly skilled jobs in the United States under the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service's ...

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  • Are Your Former Employees Eligible for COBRA?
    Are Your Former Employees Eligible for COBRA?

    If you've had to lay off employees as far back as Nov. 1, 2019, a tiny portion of the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) might go to them. That's the good news for eligible former ...

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