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Private Client Services Update - All is Not Lost When a Will is Lost - Redux
In February 2015, a Private Client Services Update discussed a case involving a will that had been lost by a corporate fiduciary.
By Winthrop A. Short Jr. and Private Client Services

Manufacturing & Distribution Client Advisory - January 2017
Every manufacturer needs a compliance program. Period.
By Stephen E. Story and Patrick H. O'Donnell

Manufacturing & Distribution Client Advisory - December 2016
On November 23, 2016 in a closely watched case styled Nevada vs. U. S. Department of Labor, a Texas federal district court issued a preliminary injunction barring the U.S. Department of Labor from enforcing its new overtime rules under the FLSA which were set to go into effect on December 1.
By Robert E. Smartschan and Robert J. Barry

Employment Law Alert - Increase to Exemption Salary Requirement Delayed
On the evening of November 22, 2016, Texas U.S. District Judge Amos Mazzant sided with the 21 states and issued an order that blocks the DOL’s exemption salary increase for the time being.
By Burt H. Whitt and Labor & Employment

Norfolk Public Schools PPEA Project: Lessons in Shifting Risk and Reducing Cost
Chuck McPhillips presented Norfolk Public Schools PPEA Project: Lessons in Shifting Risk and Reducing Cost at the VRA Infrastructure Financing conference in December 2016. Please click the PDF icon above to view the PowerPoint.
By Charles V. McPhillips

New Deferred Compensation Regulations
What is the impact on credit union compensation plans?
By Robert Q. Johnson

20 Ideas in 90 Minutes
E. Andrew Keeney presented 20 Ideas in 90 Minutes on an EduCruise in November 2016.
By E. Andrew Keeney