Estate planning is an indispensable step for anyone seeking to retain control over the future of their small business in the face of retirement, disability, or passing away. Beyond safeguarding your business, it also guarantees that your loved ones can benefit from the financial success you’ve achieved.

Effective estate planning for business proprietors achieves two fundamental objectives. First, it ensures

A Major League Baseball Players (MLB) Benefit Plan participant recently filed an ERISA lawsuit against Aetna Health and Life Insurance Co. (Aetna) and the MLB Benefits Plan. The suit challenges the denial of inpatient mental health treatment claims for the participant’s daughter.
MLB offers mental health benefits to employees and their beneficiaries, including inpatient and outpatient treatment of mental health

In Podcast #3 of Trial Alchemy™, I interviewed ABOTA member and outstanding plaintiff’s lawyer Cynthia Chihak, Esq. of San Diego. Click on the video above to hear Cindy discuss her advice to young trial lawyers: try your case when the defense won’t make a fair settlement offer.    
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Divorce can be a challenging and emotionally draining experience for anyone involved. It often leaves individuals grappling with not just the emotional aftermath but also the complex financial and legal implications. Because of that, I’ve found in my work as an attorney and divorce mediator that postnuptial agreements can be a valuable tool to help couples navigate the intricate terrain

The U.S. Supreme Court recently issued its decision in Groff v. DeJoy, Postmaster General, making it easier for employees to sue employers that fail to offer religious workplace accommodations. In its ruling, the Court revived a Title VII lawsuit that former U.S. Postal Service (USPS) employee and Evangelical Christian Gerald Groff had filed after the USPS would not accommodate

Committees in both houses of Congress recently voted to advance legislation reforming pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs). In recent months, PBMs, which manage prescription drug benefits on behalf of health insurers, Medicare Part D drug plans, and large employers, have come under fire for allegedly anticompetitive practices and inflated consumer drug prices.
The Senate Finance Committee, which handles matters related to

Navigating the labyrinthine corridors of real estate transactions necessitates an acute attention to detail and an uncompromising dedication to due diligence. Enter private investigators, experts who serve as meticulous sentinels, safeguarding interests and ensuring fair play in the often complex and high-stakes domain of real estate. Serving areas such as Gainesville, Jacksonville, and Tampa, the […]