Restrictive covenants, in which an employee agrees for a certain period of time to refrain from working for a competitor or from soliciting away the company’s clients or employees, have become commonplace.
Last month, the Pennsylvania Insurance Department (“PID”) issued a notice to all insurance carriers writing homeowners insurance policies in Pennsylvania prohibiting them from denying coverage under the earthquake endorsements of their polices for damage as a result of fracking.
This story was originally published at PublicSource.org.
We are preoccupied with messaging. From 140 characters to sixty seconds; Pinterest to YouTube. From the candidate to the evening news anchor, we place a premium on what we say, and how we say it.
Broadly speaking, I have observed Upper Class families use three types of inheritance strategies: deferral, ad hoc gifts, and income streams.
Monday Morning Regulatory Review:: Snakes in the Interior; Traditional Waters of the United States; Retirement Account Fiduciary Standards
A most interesting opinion from the United States District Court for the District of Columbia preliminarily enjoined the Department of the Interior (DOI) from enforcing regulations that prohibited the interstate transportation of two species of reptiles found to be “injurious” under the Lacey Act.
No matter how perfect your estate planning structure might be, family culture all too often eats all this great planning for breakfast – “and then spits out the bones.”
When I-502 proponents were campaigning in Washington in 2012, many of them promised that I-502 would not change current medical cannabis laws.