Drone regulations: why the FAA’s long delays are no surprise

Drones are everywhere, and no one knows what exactly to do about it.

In the last year or so, unmanned aerial systems (UASs) have gone from the province of the craft and hobby crowd (and, yes, the military, though Predators and their relatives hardly belong in the same category and certainly don’t belong in the …

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The Importance of an Employee Handbook

Regardless of the size of the company, the development of an employee handbook is a critical component of any business. Employee handbooks describe the policies, procedures, and expectations of the company. By setting these parameters, businesses can run more efficiently and effectively. Further, clearly communicated policies and procedures can help prevent employer liability when issues …

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Like-Kind Exchanges

Ordinarily, a gain on the sale of business or investment property is subject to tax. However, a special provision of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) allows for sellers in these types of transactions to postpone recognition of the gain if certain conditions are met.

Like-kind Exchanges

IRC §1031 defers the recognition of …

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California Statewide Paid Sick Leave (AB 1522)

On July 1, 2015, California employers of all sizes will be required to provide paid sick leave benefits to their employees under the Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act of 2014 (AB 1522). Employers should carefully review any sick leave or paid time off policies, as well as payroll and wage statement practices regarding such time …

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