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Using Your Own Data Against You: The Cloud Act

There’s a saying that has been around for several years now, but has taken on extra importance recently: You can’t be fired for something you don’t post on social media. After Congress passed the Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data (“CLOUD”) Act earlier this year, we may need an additional, […]

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7.2 Million Reasons Why Indemnification Matters

Most insurance policies are built around a simple rule: the insured party pays premiums to the insurance company, and if something bad happens then the insurance company pays for the losses of the insured party. This system spreads risk out among large groups of people and tries to prevent the […]

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Were My Parental Rights Wrongfully Terminated?

Broadly speaking, a relationship is simply the way two individual people associate with one another. Relationships come in all types and form between all kinds of people. They can be professional, friendly, romantic, or just between family members. The parent-child relationship stands out as one of the most widespread and […]

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Air BNB Tax Issues

Many clients are now renting their homes and apartments out. However, they do not realize that there are tax consequences for doing so, if the rental is for less than a period of 30 days. In other words, if you rent your home out for 29 days or less, you […]

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Welcome to Sobriety Checkpoint Season

As we head toward springtime we can start getting ready for spring break, concert season (Ruoff Music Center events), graduation parties, and sobriety checkpoints. Wait, what? Checkpoints result in people being detained by law enforcement without any prior suspicion. Sobriety checkpoints are legal, but they have very specific requirements. If […]

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Retroactive Tax Law Benefits for 2017

The Bipartisan Budget Act caused the Internal Revenue Service to allow three popular tax benefits to be claimed retroactively. Most of these benefits expired in 2016 but can be claimed in 2017. The Internal Revenue Service’s system has been reprogrammed to accept these benefits. The first benefit is exclusion from […]

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