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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently issued Notice 2015-16 commencing the regulatory process to develop guidance on what’s been called the Cadillac Tax, i.e., the excise tax on high cost employer-sponsored health coverage. Employers and plan sponsors, especially those with […]
When meeting with clients and assisting them with an estate plan, I am frequently asked questions about asset protection. This seems to be a more common occurrence with clients who are business owners, those who own commercial real estate, or […]
It’s not every day that you hear two Supreme Court justices call the American criminal justice system too harsh. However, this week U.S. Supreme Court Justices Stephen Breyer and Anthony Kennedy testified just that to the Financial Services and General […]
Fraser Trebilcock Firm President Michael P. Donnelly was inducted into the Michigan Lawyers Weekly Class of 2015 “Leaders in the Law” today at a luncheon in Troy. The honor is given to legal professionals who have made great strides in […]
Tired of seeing stagnant or declining sales? Want practical solutions that you can start right now with limited resources? Join us on April 14th for the complimentary Strategic Selling Workshop at the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce. Tom McCallion from […]
Fraser Trebilcock is pleased to announce that attorney Samatha A. Kopacz has been elected as Shareholder. Sam specializes in employee health and welfare benefits, advising clients on the constantly evolving world of health and welfare benefits to ensure timely legal […]
In this day and age, every company from the smallest startup to Fortune 500 corporations needs to be concerned about protecting its Intellectual Property rights and avoiding infringing the intellectual property rights of others.
Effective January 15, 2015, Governor Snyder signed into law Senate Bills 623, 624 and 929. These three Bills amend the Michigan Nonprofit Corporation Act (the “Act”) which is the law under which most Michigan nonprofit corporations operate. Some of the […]
“So why did you finally execute a will?” Last week, this provocative question was in my LinkedIn feed, asked by someone in the funeral industry. One attorney posted that she eagerly awaited the responses. So far, there are none. Why? […]
Filing taxes can be a daunting and confusing process, especially for seniors. But there is help available in mid-Michigan, through the Tri-County Office on Aging. This tax season, Fraser Trebilcock attorney and former Ingham County Circuit Court Judge, Paula Manderfield […]