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Jarden Dissenting Shareholder Appraisal Case - Heated Arguments on Both Sides

Unless you grew up as a member of the fictional TV family The Brady Bunch, you have been in a heated argument. If you operate a business with multiple

Easing Financial Fright with Sweet Advice

This article was originally published in Wedgewood Life magazine and is reprinted with their permission. As our thoughts turn to pumpkins, candy, and costumes,
Cybersecurity
Sean Thomas | 10.11.2019

Vulnerability Scanning versus Penetration Testing

When organizations look to assess the resiliency of their information systems, there tends to be some confusion around what exactly vulnerability scanning

ESOP Valuation Court Case Questions Fiduciary's Diligence in Buy-Out of CEO's Shares

The Employment Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (“ERISA”) permits an employer to create Employee Stock Ownership Plans (“ESOP”),

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SOC 2 Examinations - Keys to Success

“What do you need for a SOC 2 Audit?” Prior to starting a SOC 2 examination, clients often ask us what they can do to ensure an efficient audit
An exciting advancement in the cryptocurrency industry will allow consumers to leverage their crypto holdings as collateral for formal currency loans.
Benefits, ERISA
Tim Martin | 10.9.2019

Changes Coming Soon to MEPs, Other Legislative Developments Anticipated

Subsequent to its October 2018 proposed directive, the Department of Labor (DOL) revealed a final ruling on July 29 that will expand access to multiple
ERISA
Justin Mudryk | 10.8.2019

Employee Benefit Plans Can Do More Than Satisfy Regulatory Requirements

While some believe that an employee benefit plan audit is obtained simply to satisfy a regulatory requirement, there are certain areas in which an employee

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0-3 and a Barbecue? Has the Steelers' Season Already Gone Down in Flames?

Like the rest of Steelers Nation, Schneider Downs was very disappointed when the Steelers could not march down the field on the last possession to win
ERISA
Jill Lucas | 9.27.2019

IRS Determination Letter Program Expansion

Effective January 1, 2017, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Department of the Treasury issued an update stating that employee benefit plans would

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