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Posted on March 1, 2001 by Ruder Ware Alumni
Many people think of trusts as stodgy legal documents used primarily for leaving money to heirs. But the truth is that trusts are much more than that. Trusts can be used for a broad variety of purposes, from charitable gifting to reducing your taxes. A trust is simply a formal agreement that assigns ownership of […]
Posted on January 9, 2001 by Ruder Ware Alumni
A noncompete provision prohibits an individual from competing against the individual’s employer or former employer during his or her employment and after the employment relationship has ended. Wisconsin has adopted a law which addresses the legality of noncompete provisions. Section 103.465 of the Wisconsin Statutes states that a provision prohibiting an individual from competing with […]
Posted on December 31, 1969 by Ruder Ware Alumni
In Ledbetter v. Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., No. 05-1074 (U.S. May 29, 2007), the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that for purposes of calculating an employee’s 180-day time limit for bringing a Title VII claim, the employer’s initial unlawful decision to set the employee’s pay, rather than each subsequent issuance of a paycheck based on […]