Steven Meier, chair of Seyfarth’s Corporate department and co-chair of the firm’s Tax practice, will serve as a speaker for the fourth installment of EisnerAmper’s Navigating Tax Opportunities in 1031 Exchanges Webinar Series, “A Panel Discussion with Delaware Statutory Trust Operators & Advisors,” on March 13.

The webinar will provide practical tips on DSTs from operators, brokers, attorneys, and

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By Paul S.Drizner

Seyfarth Synopisis: Illinois recently enacted legislation that changes the rules for withholding income tax from non-resident employees. The new rules replace the current, somewhat more complicated rules with a more straight-forward method that is based on, among other things, the number of working days that an employee spends in Illinois.

Current Withholding Rules

Currently, every employer
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By Paul S. Drizner and Michael D. Fleischer

Seyfarth Synopsis: The new Tax Act prohibits employers from deducting payments to individuals alleging sexual harassment or sexual abuse if the settlement or payment requires the Claimant to execute a nondisclosure agreement.

The #MeToo movement continues to have a significant impact on all employers, forcing human resource professionals to review their protocols
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