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Sixth Circuit Not Willing to Relent that Business Owner Was Liable for Trust Fund Tax Penalty Despite Creditor's Control over Finances

by Baker Donelson on

...In Robert Karban, Jr. v. United States of America, earlier this year, the Sixth Circuit ruled that Mr. Karban, the owner of a manufacturing company, was a responsible person for paying over trust fund taxes, which he willfully failed to do, even though the corporation's finances were under the control of its creditor, including the employment... more

The Value Of Quotes, Even Without Mention Of The Company Name

by Blattel Communications on

...Let’s take a look at a not-uncommon scenario: you are connected with a reporter as an expert source for commentary and quoted in the resulting story. Great, right? Nope. While your name is mentioned, the company’s is conspicuously absent, creating a great deal of angst. This is when I, your trusted media liaison, am rudely awakened from... more

Advisors Advantage - November 2017

by Ary Rosenbaum on

...The Bottom Line For Retirement Plan Providers. More plan assets for your clients is a good thing for many reasons. When I had the idea of starting a National ERISA practice 10 years ago, I knew I would have a tough time in getting clients especially when the law firm I was at had partners that weren't interested in selling my services to... more

Now Hear This: Preventing Sexual Harassment Claims

by Burr & Forman on

...It seems that almost every day, another high-profile executive, politician or celebrity has now been accused of scandalous sexual harassment directed at subordinate employees. This topic not only increases news ratings, its real effects devastate workplace morale and subject corporations to substantial liability. Proactive employers should consider... more