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Workplace Sexual Harassment in the Era of Time Magazine’s “Silence Breakers”

By David A. Mollicone, Esq and Monika Khaltsev Even in the most synergistic of workplaces, sexual harassment looms large as a difficult issue for both employees and employers. This is especially true in this era… Read More >

Avoiding Cash “Boot” in a 1031 Exchange

By Kylie Bergmann, associate at Dawda Mann. Section 1031 tax-deferred exchanges have become common with taxpayers who intend to reinvest the proceeds from the sale of an investment property into another investment property to defer… Read More >

Allocation and Mitigation of Risk: E-Health, Privacy and Security Law

Authored by Brian Balow, Member at Dawda Mann At Dawda Mann, going above and beyond in our industries of expertise is important to us. That’s why I have been a contributing author to all three… Read More >

Michigan Asset-Protection Trust: What You Need to Know

Recently, the Michigan Legislature passed a new law that permits the creation of an asset-protection trust. The Act (Public Act 30 of 2016) was signed on December 8, 2016 and has an effective date of March… Read More >

IRS Unveils Pilot Project to Prevent Fraud

Year after year, we hear about tax-related identity theft, which is both a complicated and widespread problem for millions of individual and business taxpayers, as well as for the IRS. The ID theft typically involves… Read More >

How Are Women Doing in Commercial Real Estate?

Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Network has released its Benchmark Study Report which measured progress for women in the commercial real estate arena over an unprecedented decade long period. CREW Network enlisted the Massachusetts Institute… Read More >

Hard at Work this Week: Tax Professionals and Tax Scam Artists

Today begins the final week of last minute tax preparation prior to next Monday’s filing date of April 18, 2016. This busiest of tax seasons is also the time when the bad guys, tax scam… Read More >

The Post Scalia Court and Environmental Law

Finding a replacement for recently deceased U.S. Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia has entered the political sphere. The Senate Republican leadership is hoping to delay a nomination while President Obama has put forth a replacement… Read More >

Is America Becoming Bearish on Commercial Markets?

The signs are mixed. The prices for commercial real estate have remained stable throughout the United States, particularly in high end markets, like New York City office and apartment building prices. But the newest figures… Read More >

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Issues in the Workplace

Many employers would rather not deal with any issues of sexual orientation or gender identity at the office, considering these to be private matters and not topics for an employee handbook. But the Equal Employment … Read More >