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On the Employment Law Blog, Kelsey Crosse shares details about an important decision all employers need to make when hiring new employees: should they be exempt or non-exempt? Some advice for employers to guide that decision.

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Immigration Department Chair Lori Chesser presented at the American Immigration Lawyers Association national conference earlier this month.

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The IRS is warning employers about a new phishing scam putting employees at risk.

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The President issued an Executive Order late Friday, January 27, 2017, banning entry for people from certain countries for 90 days. The situation developed over the weekend and continues to develop. The order and the two that preceded it raise more questions than they answer. We are following the situation closely and are here to assist you.

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Two Executive Orders were signed yesterday that will bring major changes to U.S. Immigration Policy. A summary of the major provisions and advice we can offer at this time is available on our blog.

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Bill Hanigan will present on eminent domain issues at next week's Land Investment Expo. 

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As administration of Prince's estate continues, we see more and more examples of how things could have been handled differently (and, in many ways, better) with a proper estate plan. Earlier this month, the estate filed an inventory listing the assets of the estate. What is an inventory, and why do people care?

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An immigration decision issued in late December broadens and straightens the path for many talented individuals by establishing a new standard for assessing when a person's immigration is in the national interest.

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Congratulations to Amy Piepmeier, Craig Sieverding, and Emily Stork, new Davis Brown shareholders!

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Congress's Technical Corrections Act of 2016 was passed to address a number of concerns with the 2015 Bipartisan Budget Act relating to audits and administrative strain on partnerships.
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