The COVID-19 crisis is having an unprecedented effect on business valuations. A panel of experienced attorneys and financial experts explains how valuations are affected by market volatility and offers in-depth review of specific issues like underwater stock options, financial accounting, and executive compensation, incentives and severance.
While the Court is required to consider each party’s financial circumstances in determining maintenance and child support, when and to what extent should the Court consider social security or retirement income? Should a court impute additional income onto a party when they are eligible to receive social security or retirement income, but choose not to? What effect, if any, does a child’s right to receive a portion of a parent’s social security impact support? A review of the case law will examine these questions and more.
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Review the Paycheck Protection Program's loan forgiveness application, the CARES Act and other COVID-19-related legislation. Get up to speed on late-breaking rules, including tax strategies to consider and refund opportunities to apply for, and strategies on how to deal with the PPP.
Experienced practitioners in the data security and privacy space provide insight on how to respond when a client – or even your own firm – learns about an unauthorized party accessing sensitive information. Includes overview of the legal landscape, including state and federal data breach notification laws and important first steps when initiating an investigation, with advice on best practices and lessons learned from real-life incidents.
This series covers succession planning basics; employment law for business sellers; the ins and outs of estate planning for closely-held businesses; understanding transactions; understanding family business, shared wealth and power; and transitioning out of the business.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, businesses are looking at the various insurance programs they have in place to determine what coverage might apply. This course covers business interruption insurance and its requirements, reviews the first cases filed for potential coverage, and provides an update on industry response and government solutions.
Understand best practices when it comes to: termination provisions (For Cause and Good Reason), severance provisions, restrictive covenant provisions, arbitration provisions, the protection of intellectual property, tax issues and more.
Ensure training, policies and procedures reflect the most recent developments in Illinois impacted by Coronavirus/COVID-19, and what do you need to address outside of the pandemic that includes recent Illinois and local laws that have taken effect since 2019. The following should be on your radar: Illinois Workplace Transparency Act (effective 2020); Illinois Human Rights Act (recent amendments and developments addressing discrimination based on sexual harassment, disability, national origin/ancestry, retaliation); Victims Economic Security and Safety Act (VESSA); Amendments to the Illinois Equal Pay Act of 2003, and the Wage Payment and Collection Act – addressing equal pay (effective January 2019 and September 2019; Chicago Fair Work Week; Illinois Expense Reimbursement Act; and temporary measures to put in place given Governor Pritzker’s “Stay at Home” Order. Laws in Illinois pertaining to paid leaves, unpaid leaves, unemployment compensation benefits, workers’ compensation, safety, and terminations