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Oct 2000
October 04, 2000

Discipline of Employees for Off-Duty Misconduct

Two hourly employees leave work and head to the local watering hole. After a couple of beers, an argument begins and the two end up in a fight. Both are arrested and charged with disorderly conduct...

Sep 2000
September 05, 2000

Will Automatic Enrollment Improve Participation in Your 401(k) or 403(b) Plan?

Many 401(k) plans provide matching credits of 25%, 50% or even 100% per year, plus investment returns. That offer should be too good to pass up. Yet many employees do not take advantage of it. Low ...

Jul 2000
July 01, 2000

Personal Jurisdiction and the Internet

With the advent of the Internet and its tremendous growth in the last five years, there has been some uncertainty in the area Internet litigation. One issue many courts have struggled with, is that...

Jun 2000
June 05, 2000

Closely Held Business: Suggestions for a Non-Controlling Owner (Or, Help For the Out-of-Control Business Owner)

A person holding a majority of a closely held business (let’s call her “Ms. Big”) generally gets to make all the major decisions concerning the business. Fiduciary duties and other restrictions pre...

Jun 2000
June 05, 2000

Pre-Tax Commuting: A New Employee Benefit

Savvy companies can help their employees pay commuting costs pre-tax. The IRS recently published guidance on how employers can establish qualified transportation spending account plans to permit th...

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