Attorney, entrepreneur and consultant Moe Vela will head Scarinci Hollenbeck's office in its new D.C. location Lyndhurst, New Jersey, May 14, 2013 – Scarinci Hollenbeck is pleased to announce the expansion of its law firm into Washington, D.C. In addition, Scarinci Hollenbeck is proud to announce that Former Senior White House Advisor Moe Vela has [...]Scarinci Hollenbeck Expands Growing New York Office
Office expansion will allow the leading law firm to accommodate its growing practice areas and meet the demands of an evolving industry. Lyndhurst, NJ, May 3, 2013 - Scarinci Hollenbeck proudly announces the expansion of its New York office and the addition of Eleanor Grinshteyn, of counsel. The New York office has experienced high [...]
As a New York City “gentlemen’s club” can attest, wage lawsuits can be costly for employers. The Penthouse Executive Club recently agreed to pay its dancers a total of $8 million to resolve allegations that it failed to pay proper wages and misclassified workers as independent contractors. The initial New York employment lawsuit was filed [...]U.S. Supreme Court Has the Back of Businesses Large & Small: Study Shows Court Leans Pro-Business
It is always good to have powerful friends, and a new study shows that the business community has a powerful ally in the U.S. Supreme Court. Evidence shows the current Court strongly favors business interests, according to a new study appearing in April’s Minnesota Law Review. The paper is authored by Lee Epstein, a law [...]
Actress Kelly Rutherford, known well for her role on the TV show Gossip Girl, announced that she is exploring bankruptcy protection as a financial option to overcome piles of legal bills and related expenses associated with a costly custody battle. The 44-year-old thespian entered into a highly public and contentious custody battle with her ex-husband, German [...]
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GMAC's Residential Capital is one of the most recent financial services companies to file for bankruptcy after a period of economic hardship. However, creditors in ResCap bankruptcy insist that Ally Financial is on the hook for much of the company's liabilities, Dow Jones Newswires reports. In a recent filing with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in [...]
The family of recently deceased New York Rangers player Derek Boogaard has brought a wrongful death lawsuit against the National Hockey League, alleging that the league is responsible for the brain injuries Boogaard sustained during his hockey career and his subsequent dependence on prescription painkillers. Boogaard passed away in 2011 after an accidental overdose of pain [...]
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Justin Bieber has been inundated with lawsuits for various reasons as of late. Most recently, he and his collaborator Usher are now in hot water for copyright infringement violations. R&B singer Devin Copeland and songwriter Mareio Overton filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court in Virginia against Bieber and his mentor alleging that the hit single [...]
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Tax law for American expatriates continues to be a hot topic of debate. While financial experts think that employees in this position may be getting the best of the tax system, many Americans living abroad say it's actually punishing them. This is a particularly large issue for American executives who spend a major portion of their careers [...]IRS Summons Wells Fargo to Release Information on Americans with Foreign Accounts
A federal court in San Francisco has authorized the Internal Revenue Service to issue a John Doe summons to Wells Fargo for information on Americans with Foreign accounts at Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce FirstCaribbean International Bank (FCIB). The FCIB is based in Barbados, has 18 branches in the Caribbean, according to Forbes. However, the institution holds [...]
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