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Will Abandoning the Physical Presence Rule Affect Your Pocketbook? Robert M. Spence

State and Local Governments Can Now Require Vendors with No Physical Presence to Collect Sales Tax
On June 21, the United States Supreme Court ruled in South Dakota v. Wayfair that states and local governments can require vendors with no physical presence in the state to collect sales tax. In ...
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The Merger Clause: Essential Defense or False Protection? Nicole B. Hampton and Ann L. Reardon

What protection do merger clauses really provide?
The success of a breach of contract claim may depend on the presence of a merger or integration clause. One of the most common provisions you will find in a contract, ...
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Preparing for the Inevitable Lawsuit

If you are an employer, there is a high likelihood that you will get sued if you are in business for an extended period of time – it comes with the territory. Suits ...
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A Help to Employers

Supreme Court Holds Class Action Waiver in Arbitration Agreements Enforceable
Some good news for many employers came from the U.S. Supreme Court last week. The Supreme Court ended a long-standing debate over the enforceability of arbitration agreements with class action waivers ...
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Important Changes Ahead for Owners and Managers of Residential Rental Property

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Do you keep written meeting minutes? W. Bradford Roane, Jr. and Chase Lacy

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Rosen Harwood, P.A. Awarded the Robert C. Tanner Award by Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama

The Robert C. Tanner Corporate Service Award, which recognizes the corporate leadership, philanthropic efforts and community service by a member entity in the West Alabama region, was presented to the law firm ...
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Jennifer T. Crabtree has become a Shareholder

Jennifer T. Crabtree has become a shareholder of the firm and will continue to practice primarily in the areas of Real Estate and Business Transactions. Jennifer is a member of the ...
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New FLSA Salary Threshold for Exempt Employees on Hold for Now. What Should Employers Do?

In case you hadn’t heard, on November 22, 2016, a federal judge prohibited the U.S. Department of Labor’s new regulation from taking effect on December 1, 2016.
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Is Your Business Prepared for a Data Breach?

The question is not if, but when. Your business will likely experience a loss, or attempted breach, of its customer data soon.
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