The use of social media is pervasive throughout our society. With that pervasiveness spring novel considerations beginning the moment one enters litigation. This is especially true given the ease with which information contained in social media may be altered or deleted entirely. As such, allegations of spoliation extend beyond the all-too-familiar scenario of a client shredding paper in the dead of night and, instead, now encompass a single click of the “Delete” button on the client’s keyboard.
Andy Hogan will spend the next 17 days (March 1st through St. Patrick’s Day) singing with the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick Glee Club. Their venues include a number of local nursing homes, hospitals and churches and, of course, a few pubs afterwards. The “High Holy Season” culminates with St. Patrick’s weekend, which includes the Parade and concerts at Arnolds and The Irish heritage Center on Saturday, and the Irish mass at St. Peter in Chains Cathedral and the annual black tie gala on Sunday.
“Entity transfers” are often used in commercial real estate transactions for the tax benefits they can confer on the parties to the transaction. In the typical “entity transfer” arrangement, title to real property being sold is first transferred from the current owner to a newly organized subsidiary entity, and then ownership of the subsidiary entity, rather than the title to the real property, is sold to the purchaser. These types of “entity transfers” have recently been targeted by the Ohio County Auditor’s Association.
A recent decision of the U.S. Supreme Court will have wide-ranging impact in the field of employment law and should be carefully considered by all employers in assessing their current employment contracts and personnel manuals and policies.