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On September 27, 2010, President Obama signed into law the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010. The Small Business Jobs Act of 2010 not only increases and extends a number of the tax incentives originally included in the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (“2009 Recovery Act”), but also adds some new [...]
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The new health reform laws (Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act) enacted in March of 2010, give certain eligible small employers a tax credit if the employer provides health care coverage to their employees. The tax credit applies to employers with less than 25 full-time employees with average wages below $50,000 per year. To receive the tax credit, the employer must pay at least half the health insurance premiums for their employees and meet various other eligibility requirements which are highlighted [...]
While most employers are aware that Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits discrimination in employment against persons with disabilities, most employers are less familiar with Titles II and III of the ADA which requires privately owned business that provide goods or services to the public (retail store, hotel, bank, law firm, Etc..) and commercial facilities (warehouse, factory, office building) designed or constructed after January 26, 1993, or altered after January 26, 1992, to comply [...]
Last week, in Vonda Norris-Wilson v. Delta-T Group, Inc., the federal district court in the Southern District of California granted class certification to a group of plaintiffs alleging they were employees, not independent contractors.
The Plaintiffs allege that Delta-T is a temporary staffing agency, that they were misclassified as independent contractors [...]
Fraud statutes exist so those who have been defauded have legal recourse. If a hacker empties an individual's personal account, the bank usually must cover most, if not all, of the losses sustained. But the fraud protections implemented to protect the consumer have left businesses completely on their own. Unlike personal deposits which are regulated, commercial deposits have very little legal protection. Regulation E of the Federal Electronic Funds Transfer Act (the "Act") requires banks to reimburse consumer [...]
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