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M&A Update: Senator Levin Introduces Anti-Inversion Act

On May 20, 2014, Sen. Carl Levin (D-MI) introduced the Stop Corporate Inversions Act of 2014 (the “Levin Bill”), which proposes significantly more stringent limits on the ability of U.S. companies to relocate outside the U.S....more

During or After my Divorce, Can I Move Outside of New Jersey

During or after a divorce, it is common for the custodial parent (the parent primarily responsible for the children’s care) to want to move to another state with the children. Perhaps the parent has a job opportunity, family,...more

Illinois Supreme Court Holds Temporarily Relocated Union Pipefitter Not Entitled to Workers' Comp

This morning, a six-justice majority of the Illinois Supreme Court has reversed the Fourth District of the Appellate Court, holding in The Venture-Newberg-Perini, Stone & Webster v. The Illinois Workers’ Compensation...more

Guaranteed Employment and Relocation: Is It Time to Reexamine New Jersey’s Baures Standard?

In the recent decision of Benjamin v. Benjamin, the court held that it is not a mandatory prerequisite for a parent to have a guaranteed job to prevail in a relocation application. Rather, the court must evaluate whether...more

When You Are Divorced, What Happens to Child Custody if a Parent Moves?

In today’s world it is hardly a rare occurrence that after a divorce one parent might move to another location. What happens then? What are the courts likely to do? This is perhaps the most difficult area of custody law....more

Child Relocation Decisions to Be Explained Near Time of Ruling

The evolution of the courts’ application of the new child custody statute continues at a consistent pace. A recurring issue that has been addressed by the Pennsylvania Superior Court pertains to the requirement of the trial...more

Update Regarding Buy America and Utility Relocations

As we have previously reported, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Federal Transit Administration (FTA) recently adopted policies requiring Buy America compliance for utility relocations for federally funded...more

Can I Move Out Of State With My Child?

You are employed at Intel. They decide to move the R&D facility to Utah and unless you move with your team, you are out of a job. However, your former spouse has a stable job in Tempe and has parenting time with the...more

New Labor and Employment Legislation in France - Is French Labor Law Becoming More Flexible?

The combination of the economic crisis and the growth of emerging markets has led to many European governments announcing initiatives to reform employment legislation with the intent of making it simpler and more flexible so...more

Divorced Parents on the Move

Good news: You have just been offered a job in another state, with great pay and opportunities for advancement. Not-so-good news: If you are a divorced parent with court ordered time-sharing schedule for your child or...more

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