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In This Issue - #198 August 31, 2015

  1. Organizational Health and Wellness Summit 2015
  2. Don’t Leave Your Estate Planning Until the Last Minute…
  3. Voluntary Disclosure Program May Help Remedy an Error in Your Tax Return
  4. Will I Have To Pay Spousal Support?
  5. The Duty to Mitigate
  6. Is There a Duty to Accept Re-employment?
  7. Pro Bono Going Public 2015 – Free Legal Advice-a-thon
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1. Organizational Health and Wellness Summit 2015

by Alfred Kempf

Pushor Mitchell LLP is proud partner with Diversified Rehabilitation Group in presenting the Organizational Health and Wellness Summit October 22-23, 2015. ...

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Alfred Kempf
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2. Don’t Leave Your Estate Planning Until the Last Minute…

by Vanessa DeDominicis

Part of my practice is attending care homes, hospitals, client’s homes and hospices to prepare for end of life matters – frequently far too close to the client’s end of life. ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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3. Voluntary Disclosure Program May Help Remedy an Error in Your Tax Return

by Greg Pratch

With tax season behind us, many of us are not likely thinking about taxes. However, some of us may have realized an error was made in the filing of the tax return. ...

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Greg Pratch
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5. Will I Have To Pay Spousal Support?

by Leneigh Bosdet

Whether you will have a legal obligation to pay spousal support upon the breakdown of your relationship depends on quite a number of factors. ...

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Leneigh Bosdet
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6. The Duty to Mitigate

by Alfred Kempf

Employment lawyers should tell their wrongfully dismissed ex-employee clients about the duty to mitigate. ...

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Alfred Kempf
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7. Is There a Duty to Accept Re-employment?

by Parveen Shergill

Contrary to popular belief, dismissed employees are expected to make reasonable efforts to find replacement employment. ...

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Parveen Shergill
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9. Pro Bono Going Public 2015 – Free Legal Advice-a-thon

by Elise Everest

It’s a tradition for lawyers to give legal advice to some clients for free because of the importance of ensuring access to justice. ...

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Elise Everest
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