September also means the end of summer break for the U.S. Supreme Court. When the justices return to the bench for the October 2016 Term,
Are you required to provide employee breaks? Both employers and employees alike are often surprised to learn that federal employment laws do not require employers
What You Need to Know about the SEC’s New Rules for Administrative Proceedings The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently adopted several amendments to its
Fines assessed by Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will increase significantly next month. OSHA is one of several government agencies that must increase its
While everyone was waiting for the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to finalize its equity crowdfunding rules, many states took matters into their own hands.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently proposed a rule that would require registered investment advisers to adopt or amend their current business continuity and
Business owners: Now is the time to review your ad agency contracts New York and New Jersey businesses may want to review their existing ad
The U.S. Supreme Court recently held that the statute of limitations begins to run in a constructive discharge lawsuit when the employee provides notice of
What does the Mickelson case reveal about insider trading? Professional golfer Phil Mickelson was recently named in an insider trading case involving sports gambler William Walters.
Cyber Threats on Small Businesses Come from All Angles The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) recently issued several “cyber alerts” that may impact small businesses