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Landowners Who Welcome Recreational Users Get More Protection From Lawsuits

Landowners who own large, undeveloped parcels of land are often approached to let their neighbors or others cross the land on a trail or access it for a cross country...

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Supreme Court Decision Impacts Ability to Remove Class Action Cases

On May 28, 2019, the United States Supreme Court issued an important decision affecting both class-action practice, and litigants’ ability to remove litigation to...

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Part 2: What is a Power of Attorney for Assets?

This blog post picks up on an issue raised in the prior “What is a Power of Attorney for...

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What is a Durable Health Care Power of Attorney/Living Will?

It is estimated that only 25-30% of U.S. households have estate planning documents in place. This means that...

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What is a Power of Attorney for Assets?

It is estimated that only 25-30% of U.S. households have estate planning documents in place. This means that most people do not have documentation in place to address...

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Kentucky Federal Court Certifies Class in Labor Depreciation Dispute

On October 15, 2018, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit held that State Farm miscalculated actual cash value by depreciating labor. The case was then sent...

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Iowa Rejects Assignment of Benefits to Unlicensed Public Adjuster

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Untangling the Web: Dividing Co-Owned Real Estate

Co-owned Real Estate. The co-ownership of real estate can arise in many different ways. Many times, it is with the best intentions that the parties decide to own...

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Happy Holidays!

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Have you Completed Tax Planning for Your Small Business?

What are...

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