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A Little-known, but Big, Change in the Rules on Assets Held by Spouses
October 16, 2015   By: Mike Abelow
Assume that Alex and Casey own a house.  If they bought the house during the marriage, they are presumed to own it as “tenants by Read More

Veil piercing for LLCs
December 15, 2014   By: Mike Abelow
In this post I discuss an issue that frequently comes up when an LLC is the defendant in a lawsuit:  If I’m the plaintiff, can Read More

Nonprofit Board Member? Here’s what you need to know.
November 7, 2014   By: Carolyn Schott
Sherrard Roe Voigt & Harbison attorney Carolyn Schott was recently interviewed by Kayla Barrett, CEO of Organization Impact, a company that helps companies identify talent, Read More

The Wisdom of Internal Investigations: What to Take Away from the NFL’S Response to the Ray Rice Incident
September 19, 2014   By: Albert Bart & Amy Rao Mohan
If you pay any attention to professional football (whether as a rabid fan, fantasy football player, or general sports enthusiast) or simply follow current events, Read More

What is “Market”?
September 9, 2014   By: Albert Bart
As M&A activity has gradually returned to pre-recession levels, the oft asked question, “What is Market?” has also returned.  In general, the question is asked Read More

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