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Employee Benefits Update - Spring 2014
- Appeals Court Ruling Raises Pension Liability Issues for Private Equity Funds
- Avoid DOL Audit Hassles and Penalties by Wrapping Up Welfare Plan Compliance
- IRS Audits Focusing on Staffing Agency Per Diem
- Employee Benefits Landscape for Same-Sex Couples Still Uncertain
By ESOPs & Employee Benefits

International Business Advisory - An International Investor's Legal Guide to Business in Virginia
We are pleased to present the third edition of our International Investor’s Legal Guide, which we trust will brief you on some of the most important legal issues affecting an international business investing in Virginia. 
By Charles V. McPhillips and International

International Business Advisory - Consequential Developments Under International Sales Law
The United States is one of 80 countries that have adopted the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG). 
By Charles V. McPhillips and International

TILA - RESPA An Overview Presentation - NAFCU Compliance School
Andy Keeney presented TILA - RESPA An Overview to the NAFCU Compliance School on March 13, 2014.
By E. Andrew Keeney and Lender Representation

Private Client Services Update - Good News for Professional Service Providers
Behind every cloud there is a silver lining. The principles behind Treasury Regulation §1.469-2(f)(6) that prevented professionals who owned their offices from using the real estate to either generate passive losses or passive income to offset passive losses now has a new twist. 
By Ellis H. Pretlow, Robert C. Goodman Jr. and Private Client Services

Transfer on Death Deeds: Additional Probate Avoidance Planning
Effective July 1, 2013, the Virginia legislature adopted Virginia Code Sections 64.2-621, et seq. which authorized the creation of transfer-on-death (“TOD”) deeds. 
By Philip L. Hatchett and Private Client Services

Employment Law Update - Winter 2014
It is very important for employers to properly determine whether individuals in their workplace are employees or would more properly be classified as volunteers, independent contractors, or owners. 
By Labor & Employment