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Trusts for Minors

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In Trusts and Estates | On March 25, 2016

The plus of setting up trusts for minors is that you can do virtually anything you want.  The minus is that with so many options, it can be hard to choose what to do.  Should you have separate shares for each minor from the beginning, or a “pool” or “pot trust” until a certain point […]

Employer and Commercial Entity Liability for Document Disposal

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In Labor & Employment Law | On March 22, 2016

Nearly a year after implementation, it appears that most employers (and perhaps also most commercial entities) remain unaware of relatively new laws that impose requirements and potential legal liability regarding the disposal of records. Because an entity not considered an “employer” might still be considered a “commercial entity” (and vice versa) and an entity can […]

Union and Delawarean Preference Bill Emerges in Delaware’s General Assembly

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In Labor & Employment Law | On March 22, 2016

Wow! Talk about a development. On March 16, 2016, the “Veterans, Skilled Workers, and Community Workforce Act” was reported out of the Labor Committee in the House of the Delaware General Assembly with seven voting on its merits. The Committee found “that the bill is not designed to put anyone out of work, and that both […]

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