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A number of lessons may be learned from representing clients in the bankruptcy filings in the retail and restaurant industries.
Bankruptcy law is changing around the world, away from the liquidation model and toward the model of corporate rescue. Additionally, these changes reflect movement toward venue competition for the business of hosting international bankruptcy cases.
A recent case provides ten elements that courts and professionals may use to determine if vendors should receive critical vendor payments.
In the year since its enactment, more than 1,500 businesses and individuals have filed cases under the Small Business Reorganization Act.
If you just filed a property tax appeal for the January 2, 2020 (Pay 2021) tax year, you may have obligations to comply with what is commonly referred to as the “August 1 Rule.”
Under the recently announced H-2B supplemental cap temporary final rule, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced on June 3, 2021, that it has received enough petitions to reach the cap for the additional 16,000 H-2B visas made available for returning workers only.
On May 27, 2021, the Department of State expanded the National Interest Exception criteria for individuals subject to proclamations restricting travel to the United States due to physical presence in China, Iran, India, Brazil, South Africa, the Schengen Area, the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Alejandro Mayorkas, Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, announced on June 1, 2021, that he has terminated the Migration Protection Protocols program.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced an extension until August 31, 2021, of the flexibilities in rules related to Form I-9 compliance that were initially granted last year due to precautions related to COVID-19.
Due to updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has updated its visitor policy.