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Join attorneys from our Immigration Group for this webinar on October 8 as they discuss strategies for essential foreign workers to qualify for visas in the current environment
In a highly regulated environment, it is common for people to vehemently insist certain practices are illegal. How do you decide if that person is right? Join presenter David Glaser for this discussion on October 14.
This session will explore the considerations sellers should be aware of and discuss some strategies to consider when looking to mitigate state tax risks associated with such discussions.
Join the Employment & Labor Group on October 27 and October 29 for an online, two half-day seminar to get a leg up on new and familiar employment law topics. In addition to the seminar, supplemental webinars will provide deeper dives on pressing topics.
Companies that are continuing to deal with their international contracts during these daunting times must also navigate the complex rules regarding transfer pricing and related tax audits. On September 29, 2020, tax and legal advisors from RSM and Fredrikson & Byron come together to discuss this new landscape of transfer pricing tax issues.
Health Law Webinar—Telehealth and Virtual Care in the Time of COVID-19: Current Status and Questions about the Future
This telehealth webinar on September 16 covered payment rules and policies, complex issues of providing care across state lines, deals and transactions, and more.
This session evaluates how we got to the current state and focuses on challenges that taxpayers face when evaluating whether they have state tax nexus.
On August 12, 2020, attorneys from our Health Law Group discussed the most common questions we received about COVID-19, as well as more traditional health law care questions.
Attorneys from Fredrikson & Byron’s Immigration Group discussed important considerations for foreign and U.S. nationals when traveling to and from the U.S. during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created new set of challenges for biofuels companies doing business around the world. With the rise of the pandemic in many countries, including China, the United States, Brazil and beyond, these challenges will be with us for the foreseeable future, but biofuels companies that learn to adjust to this new reality can still thrive internationally.