Friends and Clients: We wanted to pass along welcome news from the IRS regarding ACA reporting requirements under Code Sections 6055 and 6056 for the 2017 calendar year (to be completed in 2018). As with prior years, the IRS has…

The National Labor Relations Board capped off an eventful week on Friday, December 15 by issuing two more opinions overruling existing precedent, this time in the areas of lawful changes in employment matters and the standard for determining appropriate bargaining…

Fresh off the results of yesterday’s historic election, employers are faced with a long list of potential questions about what a Trump Administration will mean for them and what effect it may have on Obama Administration laws, regulations, and executive…

Matt Stiles and Matthew Cannova, attorneys at Maynard Cooper, hosted a webinar on May 3 titled HIPAA Texting & Emailing: Is there an app for that?  This months agenda covered HIPPA 201, OCR Audits: Round Two, Guidance for Health-related apps, and Form…

Matt Stiles and Matthew Cannova, attorneys at Maynard Cooper, hosted a webinar on April 5 on De-Hiring: The Art of Workplace Separations.  This months session reviewed various issues that arise with employee separations, including best practices to avoid lawsuits when forced to…

Matt Stiles and Matthew Cannova, attorneys at Maynard Cooper, hosted a webinar on March 1 on Controlled & Affiliated Service Groups: Issues and Implications for Employee Benefit Plans.  Whether an employer is part of an affiliated service group or a controlled…

In late 2015, the Obama Administration proposed the first significant change to the FLSA’s white collar exemptions in a generation. The proposed regulations would more than double the current $455 per week minimum salary necessary to qualify for a white…