Private Client Services Update - Transfer of Residence to Living Trusts: Insurance Issues
Living trusts have become so popular that financial advisors, bankers, insurance agents and lawyers are accustomed to seeing their clients convey residences to living trusts. There are insurance pitfalls associated with conveying ones residence to a living trust which advisors should be prepared to identify.
By Gregory R. Davis and Private Client Services
Government Contracts Bid Protest Update
Terence Murphy, Chair of the Government Contracts practice group, recently presented, "Government Contract Bid Protest Update."
By Terence Murphy
A Loan Participation Checklist: The Devil is in the Details
There are a number of key factors that are often missed or neglected by the originating/selling Credit Union when they initially close on a member business loan (MBL) transaction and those issues come to light when we are assisting a Credit Union considering the purchase of a participation interest
By Dustin H. DeVore
Credit Union Legal Update - Fall 2014
Recently, the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC), which includes NCUA, released new guidelines to help financial institutions, understand and successfully manage the potential risks regarding the use of social media.
By E. Andrew Keeney
Government Disclosures to Bondholders Face Greater Scrutiny
The Journal of Local Government Law featured an article authored by Kevin White. To view the article click here.
By Kevin A. White and Corporate & Public Finance
Employment Law Update - Fall 2014
NEW FALL DOL FASHIONS: BLUE COLLARS TO REPLACE WHITEThis Autumn the U. S. Department of Labor (DOL) is expected to release proposed amendments to its regulations under the Fair Labor Standards Act, modifying the rules used to determine whether certain white collar salaried
By Labor & Employment
The Newfound Flexibility of Virginia Trusts
Trusts, which used to be considered a necessary evil or tolerated burden, have found new life as a flexible and malleable entity under the Uniform Trust Code, adopted by Virginia in 2006. Once considered absolutely irrevocable and inflexible, trusts can now be modified and molded into an
By Ellis H. Pretlow and Private Client Services