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If you have a job or own a company, odds are that you or your employer offer some sort of wellness incentive program. According to a May 2018 survey by the National Business Group on Health and Fidelity Investments, 86 percent of employers offer financial incentives as part of well being platforms.1...

Edited by Joe Lipchitz Boston Litigation Partner Joe Lipchitz partnered with Judge Paul D. Wilson to edit and revise the Massachusetts Superior Court Civil Practice Jury Instructions published by the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education. The instructions are a valuable resource for both...

Publication: American Bar Association ABA Business Law Section December 2018 The Business Law Section of the American Bar Association has published a 2018 supplement to The Law of Truth in Lending, a 1700-page treatise published in 2014, co-edited by Saul Ewing of Counsel John Ropiequet. The 900...

A beneficiary of an estate or a trust has the right to review the actions of the executor or trustee by asking for an accounting. To be prudent, an executor or trustee should provide the beneficiary with updates on the status of the estate or trust. First, an inventory should be provided soon after...

Before one considers filing an undue influence claim seeking to set aside a change in a Will or a recent transfer which reduces his or her share in an estate, there are a number of important factors to consider. In order to address the obvious proof problems in filing such a case, Courts have...

The transfer of wealth from the elderly has become the subject of heightened judicial scrutiny over the last several years, and this trend will only grow with the aging of the population. Part of the issues faced by courts surround the use of a power of attorney and the potential for abuse of that...

From Esau, who rashly traded his birthright to his twin brother Jacob for a cup of soup, to King Lear’s ill-conceived plan to leave his riches to only two out of three daughters, family dynamics can lead to estate problems. Any one — or more — of the following six situations can easily lead to a...

When Grateful Dead front man Jerry Garcia died in 1995, he left his custom guitars to the man who made them. But Douglas Irwin, who built the guitars known as Eagle, Wolf, Tiger, Wolf Jr. and Rosebud, ran into opposition from the remaining members of the band and was forced to file suit to take...

Publication: Minnesota Business Law Deskbook: Coporations and LLCs 2010

Saul Ewing securities attorneys Justin B. Ettelson, Michael A. Gold, Mark I. Gruhin, Andrew F. Barris and Jourdan S. Garvey have co-edited the 2021 edition of SEC Reporting Rules books.* For those responsible for filing reports with the SEC for public companies, the 2021 SEC Reporting Rules books...

This manual outlines the standard of care for design professionals in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. It also provides information about additional state-specific statutes, doctrines, and rules that may be helpful in defending professional malpractice claims. For questions about the...

People on the Move Gary Lipkin brings more than two decades of legal experience to his new role as a partner in Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr’s Litigation Department, including handling a diverse range of cases before the nation’s preeminent business court, the Delaware Court of Chancery. He resides in...

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