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Yearly Archives from 2018

FAQ – H-1B Visas Going…Going…Gone. Now What?

Alternative Work Visas to Consider  With the option of obtaining a cap-subject H-1B visa off the table, you may wonder: what options are available to employers seeking work visas for skilled foreign nationals? What should the plan of action be for professionals seeking an employment visa? Download our quick guide to alternative work visa options to consider below. You can also learn more details about these work visas in my book, Beyond the H-1B: A Guide to Work Visa Options for Employers, Foreign Nationals, and Graduating Students, available on Amazon. Download Now

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Trust Administration versus Probate—What’s the Difference?

Most people elect to create revocable trusts during their lifetime in conjunction with their last will and testament, so they can avoid a probate of all or part of their estate at their death. But what is the difference between administering a trust at the grantor’s death or probating the assets? Any asset titled in the name of an individual as trustee can be administered and distributed at the grantor’s death much more simply, quickly […]

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Calling Someone a Drunkard Is Libel – Unless It’s True

Making public statements —written or verbal—about someone’s professional or personal conduct is risky business. I wrote about some of the dangers in a recent post. The news media know the law. They must have facts to back up reports about a person’s conduct, performance, competency, health, or morals, so they work to avoid rank speculation and rumor. But today, the risk goes beyond the traditional news media. With the internet, everyone has an available printing […]

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Trademark Searches: A Cost Saving Measure Often Ignored – Part 2

When companies set out to establish a new brand for their company, they often skip one important step: the trademark search. This may save a little money in the short-term… only to cause much larger expenses and problems in the long-term. In my previous blog post, I discussed why trademark searches are so important. Here I’ll talk about how to budget for your search. Budget Considerations and Types of Searches When creating a new brand, […]

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Giselle Speaks: ATP University and Palm Beach State College

Giselle Carson was honored to speak at the ATP University in Miami. The ATP University provides an opportunity for ATP top world-ranked tennis players to learn about important topics facing their careers. Gisellespoke to the participants about visas and immigration. She was also honored to speak this month to the Palm Beach State College on I-9 and immigration compliance.

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Planning for Potential Future Diminished Capacity

In the United States, roughly 13% of the total population (or 40 million people) are 65 or older. Of these, about 30% have some form of cognitive disability. Further, about 39% of individuals 85 years and older are so afflicted. Luckily, with the help of your attorney and a little planning for the future, there are legal steps that can be implemented to provide family members the ability to maintain critical aspects of their loved […]

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