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It’s not unusual for youth organizations to hear from law enforcement investigating crimes against children who are in our care....
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FinCEN Director Him Das testified yesterday before the House Committee on Financial Services. In his prepared remarks he outlined...
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In this episode of Conversations with TED, I touch on how to set-up an entity. We walk through key steps, beginning with setting up the...
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Worldwide sanctions against the government of North Korea keep the country isolated. In the era of cyber warfare, state actors have...
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While the DOJ has primarily focused its efforts on prosecuting the end recipients of PPP loan relief, the government seems to be shifting...
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An interesting study from Israel illustrates one of the core flaws that I have found in mandated reporting laws, which is that the...
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On Wednesday, April 27, Reggie Snyder joined the Atlanta Bar Association's Construction Law Section for a panel discussion on,...
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In this recently produced episode of Conversations with TED we discuss the growing topic of cybersecurity. Our brief video addresses the...
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A Chicago-based hotel seeks coverage for an underlying employee lawsuit related to the use of fingerprint scans to log into the hotel's...
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A Massachusetts judge has dismissed involuntary manslaughter charges against two foster parents, Matthew Tucker and Cassandra...
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There are 23 separate exemptions that relieve exempt companies from the duty to file under the CTA Previous posts have covered public...
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An interesting study recently looked at the effects of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and positive childhood experiences (PCEs)....