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Watch Out! Telephone Scams Targeting Foreign Nationals on the Rise

In recent weeks there has been an increase in telephone scams that are designed to fraudulently elicit money and personal information from foreign nationals. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has warned...more

U.K. Law for the U.S. Employer, Part III: Withholding Obligations and Immigration

The final post in this three-part series on U.K. employment laws covers the withholding and immigration obligations facing U.K. employers....more

Utah Employment Law Letter - February 2014: WORKPLACE ISSUES: Legalization of same-sex marriage in Utah will affect employers

Traditionally, marriage has been defined in the United States and in the state of Utah as a legal relationship between a man and a woman. In 1996, Congress passed the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which allowed states to...more

New California Employment Laws for 2014

With another year comes another new set of laws for California employers; what else would you expect from sending a bunch of legislators to Sacramento? Here is an overview of the highlights (or lowlights, depending on your...more

Labor & Employment E-Note - November 14, 2013

In This Issue: - High Court Takes on Union Strategy to Push Neutrality Agreements - Justices Consider Pay for Union Workers to Don Safety Gear - Appeals Court Rules for Employers Over Birth Control Coverage -...more

Windsor & DOMA: Issues for Cross-Border Employers

On June 26, 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in U.S. v. Windsor that Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (“DOMA”), which defined “marriage” as strictly between opposite-sex couples and “spouse” as referring only to a...more

Global HR Hot Topic - October 2013: "Floating” Employment Toolkit

When a multinational business or nonprofit decides to launch a presence in some foreign market where it has never done business before by opening a new local office, a new facility or a new factory, its path is clear: The...more

Labor & Employment E-Note - September 12, 2013

In This Issue: - A.F.L.- C.I.O. Seeks to Lure Nonunion Workers to Boost Ranks - Appeals Court Affirms Unions Can Organize Smaller Units - IRS to Begin Classifying Automatic Gratuities as Taxable Wages - More...more

Be Careful What You Wish For…

By now, most of our readers are familiar with the Supreme Court’s decision eliminating the Federal government’s ability to define marriage as that between “one man and one woman” from the Defense of Marriage Act or “DOMA”....more

The Supreme Court's DOMA Decision Raises More Questions Than It Answers

With the Supreme Court's decision on the constitutionality of part of the Defense of Marriage Act, P.L. 104-199 (DOMA), Edith Windsor, the plaintiff, joins the likes of Beulah Crane (Crane, 331 U.S 1 (1947)), Mary Archer...more

What Do Undocumented Workers, Al Capone, and the Jerusalem Cafe Have in Common?

The answer is “nothing really,” but the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals successfully searched Al Capone’s vault to unearth the comparison in its recent opinion in Lucas v. Jerusalem Cafe, LLC....more

Iowa Immigration Law Blog: What To Do When An Employee Is Using A False ID - Corporate Policy Question and Potential Liability

In a past blog, we discussed practical steps to take when you find that an employee has been using a false ID and wants to “fix it”. That blog assumed that the company wants to continue the employment and was focused on the...more

Healthcare Reform And Seasonal Guest Workers

Many employers are eagerly watching the U.S. Congress as it debates comprehensive immigration reform legislation. However, employers of foreign workers need to be aware of another comprehensive reform already enacted—the...more

Supreme Court Finds DOMA to Be Unconstitutional -- Impact on Employers Explained

On June 26, 2013, a majority of the Supreme Court held in United States v. Windsor that Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which defined marriage for purposes of federal law as the union of a man and a woman, is...more

Employees Working Far Away From The Office: A Jurisdictional Nightmare?

Courtesy of technology, employees can work from home or anywhere else. For organizations that have not issued a flat ban on such work, there is a glitch that no one is talking about. What if home (or “summer home”) is in...more

How Immigration Reform Will Impact Households Who Hire Nannies

Up until now much of the debate surrounding immigration reform has centered around providing a pathway to Citizenship for the 11 million or so undocumented people in the country. Many in this group currently work as...more

Recordkeeping Part II

Who, What, Why . . . Who does it apply to: In this edition, it varies according to the requirements of the particular law identified below. I am taking a short two-part break from my regular format to bring you the...more

Iowa Immigration Law Blog: What to Do When an Employee is Using a False Identity

No matter how vigilant you are in checking I-9 documents, that call can still come. The caller claims that your employee is using his or her identity and you need to fix it....more

Total Mobility Law: January 2013

Total Mobility Law launched its website this month, as we intensify our efforts towards our professional goal: providing top-notch international legal advice, excellent service, and maximizing profits for our clients. We...more

Update: Sending Employees to China

August 2012 update on challenges of sending employees to China....more

Tax Implication of Secondment Agreement in the Democratic Republic of Congo [DRC]

The secondment arrangements are often used to temporarily assign an employee from a foreign office to a local entity. The major determinant of an individual's liability for the income tax is the individual's residency status....more

IRS Makes It More Difficult To Get An ITIN

Most individuals use their Social Security number as their taxpayer identification number in the U.S. However, the Social Security Administration limits itsimage assignment of SSNs to individuals who are U.S. citizens and...more

Doing Business in North America: Volume One: United States

Table of Contents: - Types of Businesses and Operations... 1 - Establishing A Business... 3 - Labor and Employment... 4 - Immigration... 9 - Payments To Foreign Persons...11 - Customs...12 - Federal Income...more

Doing Business in North America: Volume Two: Mexico

Table of Contents: - Types of Businesses and Operations...1 - Establishing a Business...4 - IMMEX and Shelter Operations ...6 - Labor and Employment...7 - Immigration...12 - Payments to Foreign Persons...more

The Legal Monitor / BrownWinick Law Firm's Newsletter

The March edition of BrownWinick's The Legal Monitor contains the following articles: • Growth and Developments at BrownWinick • The I-9 Audit: Why You Should Care and How You Can Prepare - United States Immigration and...more

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