Recently, the New York State Office of the Attorney General announced the felony conviction of an upstate New York retail shop owner on tax fraud counts. The investigation found that for seven years, the businessman underreported income by $632,383.20 on his personal income tax returns for two retail stores he owned. He ultimately owed back […]

Judge Ruled Scenario Involving Merger with Fiat Was Plausible, Thereby Allowing Case to Move Forward Bellavia Blatt, PC, a law firm that specializes in representing franchised automobile dealerships, has announced that the firm defeated the U.S. government’s latest motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed on behalf of over 200 former Chrysler dealers in a wrongful […]

If you own a business that employs several or more people, chances are you have to be concerned with how best to deal with scheduling. Ten percent of the American workforce is subjected to on-call scheduling practices. Recently, the New York State Attorney General conducted an inquiry regarding the scheduling practices of thirteen major retailers […]

If you are running a small business, employing interns for extra help may seem like a win-win situation. College students can gain valuable real world experience, and employers can have a few extra hands around at little or no cost. As competition in the job market increases, many young adults look to internships as a […]

Many small business owners are concerned with how raising the minimum wage will affect their business. For many small businesses, employee wages are a large percentage of expenses. Recently, there has been much coverage in the media concerning the “fight for fifteen,“ a movement in New York and California to raise the minimum wage to […]

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