In light of Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-Mass) New Year’s Eve announcement that she is running for President, thus kicking off not only the new year, but also apparently the formal beginning of the Presidential campaign season, we thought it timely to consider the most recent estate tax proposal of Sen. Warren, and how it compares to the current state of the estate tax.
New York Temporarily Allows Remote Witnessing of Wills and Other Documents in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic
New Law Prohibits Employers from Discriminating Based on an Employee’s Reproductive Health Decision Making
In 2016, New York State Department of Labor adopted a schedule of increases to both the minimum wage rate for hourly workers and the minimum salary level for exempt executive and administrative employees. The increases are scheduled to take effect each year on New Year ’s Eve and are specific to the employer’s geographic location and size.
Earlier this month, the New York Attorney General issued a new guidance document regarding the sale of non-profit nursing homes to for-profit buyers.
On October 30, 2018 the New Jersey Attorney General entered into a Final Consent Judgment with ATA Consulting, doing business as Best Medical Transcription, and its owner, Tushar Mathur (collectively “Defendants”), resolving a 2016 security breach that resulted in the publication of personal health information of over 1,600 New Jersey residents. As a result of the Consent Judgment, Defendants were fined $200,000 and Mr. Mathur was permanently banned from managing or owning a business in New Jersey.