Real Estate Alphabet Soup: E is for Easement and Eminent Domain


In my last post, “Real Estate Alphabet Soup: D is for Deed” I continued my primer on the “alphabet soup” of real estate. This post continues to stir the “alphabet soup” with the letter “E.”
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Real Estate Alphabet Soup: D is for Deed


In my last post, “Real Estate Alphabet Soup: C is for Contract” I continued my primer on the “alphabet soup” of real estate. This post continues to stir the “alphabet soup” with the letter “D.”
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Real Estate Alphabet Soup: C is for Contract


C is for “contract.” As part of any agreement for the transfer of real estate there must be a contract of sale between the seller and buyer.
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2nd Tranche of OZ Regulations


On April 16, 2019, Treasury issued its second set of proposed regulations (“OZ Regs 2”) regarding Section 14002 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”).
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Real Estate Alphabet Soup: B Is for Buyer


In my last post, “Real Estate Alphabet Soup: A Is for Acquisition” I introduced a new primer on the “alphabet soup” of real estate. This post continues to stir the “alphabet soup” with the letter B.
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Employers Facing Surge in Immigration Enforcement


Criminal investigations/arrests and I-9 audits surged in fiscal year 2018 following the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)’s announcement of its intent to increase its worksite enforcement efforts.
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Real Estate Alphabet Soup: A is for Acquisition


When I am asked what I do or what type of law I practice, my ten second “elevator speech” is to say that I primarily focus on every aspect of real estate law “from A to Z, from acquisition to zoning and everything in between,” among other areas.
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Status of Employment-Related Federal Agencies During The Federal Shutdown


With the partial shutdown of the federal government entering its nineteenth day (as of today), and with reports indicating there are no signs of an imminent resolution, employers should be aware of the status of federal entities whose activities may impact their workforces and employment law-related issues.
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It’s the Holiday Season…for Employers to Limit Risk


Tipsy employees create a slew of risks for employers, and the annual holiday party may be one of the only times in the year when employees have the chance to imbibe together.
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Supreme Court: A Year In Review


This year, 2017-2018, the Supreme Court issued numerous cases impacting employers.
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