New York State Takes the Lead in Introducing Paid Prenatal Leave for Medical Appointments of Pregnant Employees

June 13, 2024

Starting from January 1, 2025, employers will be obligated to offer 20 hours of paid prenatal personal leave within a 52-week calendar period to pregnant employees for healthcare services related to their pregnancy. The obligation to offer this leave is […]

Passing Assets and Accounts to Your Heirs Is About To Become Much More Difficult

June 6, 2024

If you are in the process of long-term estate planning or updating an existing estate plan, the process for passing assets and accounts to your heirs is about to become much more difficult and expensive. Presently, each individual can pass […]

New Jersey Supreme Court Clarifies that Amendments to Wage Payment Law and Wage and Hour Law Are Prospective

May 30, 2024

Via: LexBlog

In Maia v. IEW Construction Group, the New Jersey Supreme Court decided a critical issue in employer’s favor regarding the “look-back” periods and availability of liquidated damages under New Jersey’s Wage and Hour Law (WHL) and Wage Payment Law (WPL). […]

Tax Code, Regulations and Guidance

What are the tax Aspects of Prenuptial Agreements in Israel?

May 28, 2024

Via: JD Supra

Contrary to popular belief, the purpose of signing a prenuptial agreement is not just to dictate the division of property in the event of divorce. Signing a prenuptial agreement can also provide significant tax advantages to a couple during their […]