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Many of the attorneys in the Law Firm Alliance author articles and thought leadership pieces on important topics and trends covering a wide variety of practices.  

While these articles are correct on matters of law when they are produced, verdicts, rulings, legislation and other actions may affect the applicability of some of the information. Please consult your legal advisor before making decisions on the information you read here.

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NYC Salary Transparency Amendment

May 16, 2022
Lisa R. Feldman and Sarah A. Luke - Bond, Schoeneck & King
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Courts Clarify Elements Of Special Duty Doctrine and Malicious Prosecution

May 10, 2022
Kevin G. Cope and Charles D. Grieco - Bond, Schoeneck & King
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Planning in Panic Mode

May 9, 2022
M. Benjamin Tiefenback, Sands Anderson PC

Estate planning can be stressful under the best of circumstances, and planning under the time constraints and looming fear of a bad prognosis is even worse.


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Changes Coming Soon for Cannabis Testing Requirements

May 2, 2022
Danica Hibpshman and Jarell Hunt - Tonkon Torp LLP
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"On-Call" Time in Healthcare Settings: What is it? When do you have to pay for it? What if you get it wrong?

April 27, 2022
Grant Osborne, Labor and Employment Attorney, Ward and Smith, P.A.

You may understandably think that everything about this subject has been resolved long ago. But you would be wrong if you do.


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OFCCP’s Pay Equity Directive Takes Aim at Federal Contractors 

April 22, 2022
Monica C. Barrett and Christa R. Cook - Bond, Schoeneck & King
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How a Setoff Right Led to a Creditor Fight

April 8, 2022
Lilly Faulconer and Lance Martin, Creditors' Rights Attorneys, Ward and Smith, P.A.

A recent decision from the North Carolina Court of Appeals teaches a valuable lesson about how a creditor with the upper hand against another creditor should behave to avoid squandering its advantage and becoming mired in litigation.


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Handling Construction Changes During the Eminent Domain Process

April 5, 2022
Jeffrey Hamilton Geiger, Sands Anderson PC

Any project involving the exercise of eminent domain includes the strong likelihood that there will be a series of changes during the planning and construction phases. Yet, while construction needs may warrant a change in the plans, the tools to effect such changes legally are limited.


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Three Contract Tips to Safeguard Your Business from Another’s Default

April 4, 2022
Sands Anderson PC Bankruptcy Team, Sands Anderson PC

Avoid getting swept up in the moment and insulate your company from a partner’s bankruptcy by not overlooking the following provisions each time you draft a contract.


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Is a Censure a Form of Censorship Under the First Amendment?

April 4, 2022
Seth F. Gilbertson - Bond, Schoeneck & King
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SEC Division of Examinations Announces 2022 Priorities

April 4, 2022
Chris Pallanch and Jessica Morgan - Tonkon Torp LLP
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