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Is That Covered? "Additional Insured" Coverage for Claims Brought by Employees of Named Insured

Consider this common scenario: Big Shopping Mall owns the local shopping development and leases stores to multiple tenants, including the Popular Chain Restaurant. An employee of the Popular Chain Restaurant, Bob Suzealot, ...more

Overhaul of the Building and Construction Industry Payments Act 2004 (Qld): How the Changes Will Impact You

Introduction - The amendments to the Building and Construction Industry Payments Act 2004 (Qld) (BCIP Act) were passed on 11 September 2014 and received assent on 26 September 2014. The changes contained in the...more

Illinois Firearm Concealed Carry Act – Are You Ready?

The wheels are in motion and soon the Illinois Firearm Concealed Carry Act will take flight. The law allows licensed individuals to carry concealed or partially concealed firearms on their persons and in their vehicles. ...more

Top Ten Mistakes Businesses Make Regarding Insurance

10. No Flood Insurance - The standard commercial property policy does not cover flood damage. To be covered for flood damage, a business owner has to purchase a separate flood insurance policy. Flood insurance is not...more

Stronger NJ Business Loan Program – Helping New Jersey Small Businesses Rebuild and Recover Post-Superstorm Sandy

New Jersey small businesses devastated by Superstorm Sandy now have a new source of economic assistance. Approved by the New Jersey Economic Development Authority on June 11 2013, the Stronger NJ Business Loan Program went...more

Top Ten Tax Mistakes For Restaurant Owners

If you are thinking about getting into the restaurant business there are a multitude of issues that you need to consider. One of the most important is taxes. By this I mean, doing the appropriate advanced planning and also...more

Company Owners Personally Liable for $3.1 Million Withdrawal Liability Assessment — Owners’ Lease of Commercial Property to...

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit ruled that owners can be personally liable for multiemployer withdrawal liability where the owner leases property to its own closely held corporation. The decision highlights...more

Legal Alert: Georgia Court of Appeals Upholds Lien, but the Lien May Have Limited Value

In a recent case, the Georgia Court of Appeals reaffirmed that, in most instances, a contractor’s or materialmen’s lien may only be asserted against “whatever interest his employer had in the property at the time the work was...more

Separate Account Real Estate Investments: What Do I Need to Know And What Is My Role?

Separate account real estate refers to the direct ownership by a public pension plan in income producing real property, and in some cases, the property where the public pension plan has its headquarters building and related...more

Ten things to do in the wake of this past weekend's severe winter weather

The recent severe winter weather left behind legal and financial problems even deeper than the snow. But it may also have presented you with resources for help that you weren't previously aware of. Businesses may wish to act...more

Act Now Advisory: Local 32BJ Commercial Building Contract Nears Expiration

The collective bargaining agreement between Local 32BJ of the Service Employees International Union and the Realty Advisory Board on Labor Relations, Inc. ("RAB"), covering many landlords, building cleaning and contractors,...more

Turbervilles Business Newsletter - Autumn 2011

Welcome to our autumn newsletter. In this edition, we look at what happens when shareholders fall out and refuse to meet. There’s a report on the accountant who must pay compensation for trying to entice clients away from...more

Turbervilles Business Newsletter - Summer 2011

Welcome to our Summer Newsletter. In this edition, we see why a landlord had to pay £270,000 after failing to consult with tenants. We look at the importance of credit control as businesses increasingly fear the...more

New ADA Service Access and Facility Design Changes Implemented by the Department of Justice

Most companies are familiar with the “thou shalt not discriminate in any employment practices or decisions” part of the federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Such companies thus should be aware that this law has...more

A Call to Incentivize Business Jets to be Based in Russia

Many Russian owners would gladly base their aircraft in Russia if the economics worked. This is a true statement, based on statements made by our clients and the talk in the Russian business aviation community. Russian...more

New Jersey To Move to Single Sales Fraction; Airlines To Get Revenue Miles Fraction

On Jan. 6, 2011, the New Jersey legislature passed a tax bill (A-1676/S-1646) that phases in a single sales factor apportionment formula for the corporation business tax, beginning this year. The current apportionment formula...more

Turbervilles Winter Business Newsletter

Welcome to our Winter Newsletter. In this edition, we see why many employers fear the removal of the default retirement age will lead to an increase in age related tribunal claims. We have reports on how good contracts...more

Georgia Voters Approve Sweeping Overhaul of the State’s Restrictive Covenant Law

On November 2, 2010, Georgia voters approved an amendment to the Constitution of Georgia authorizing new legislation that dramatically changes the State’s restrictive covenant law. As Georgia business owners are well aware,...more

Court Decision Illustrates Importance of Having a Clear Written Agreement or Policy on Bonuses and Commissions

A recent decision from the North Carolina Court of Appeals shows why it is important to have a clear written agreement or policy on bonuses and commissions. In Kornegay vs. Aspen Asset Group, LLC, a jury found the employer...more

PA Tax Law News- May 2010

IN THIS ISSUE:Philadelphia Amnesty Begins May 3rd; Administrative Service Fee Not Taxable Help Supply Service; PA Budget Inching Forward; Real Estate Assessment Deadlines; Township "Flat Tax" on Business Upheld; Allegheny...more

Turbervilles Business Newsletter - Autumn 2010

Welcome to our autumn newsletter. In this edition we look at the implications of the Equality Act, which will start to come into effect in October 2010. We have reports on how the default retirement age is to be scrapped,...more

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