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Selling Goods in Different States: South Dakota v Wayfair, Inc

In the case of South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., the Supreme Court of the United States allowed the State of South Dakota, under a law it had passed, to require Wayfair (a popular online sales company) to collect and pay South Dakota sales tax even though Wayfair had no “economic nexus” to the state of […]

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Beware of Real Estate Contracts

Although more common on the residential side, business owners sometimes sign real estate contracts instead of mortgages as a way to get into the property fast. Real estate contracts may seem ideal for individuals or businesses who aren’t able to purchase property outright. However, before buying through a contract, there are some serious pitfalls to […]

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Ask A Lawyer: Carrie Cook

In our twenty first installment of “Ask a Lawyer” we featured questions from Carrie Cook. She answers questions about Joining or Leaving a Partnership as well as Operating Agreements. [Albuquerque Journal: ‘Ask a Lawyer’ Talks to Carrie Cook] Who is Carrie Cook? Carrie Cook grew up in New Mexico but moved to the United Kingdom […]

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Politics in the Workplace

The current political climate has created real divisiveness as of late. I talk to employers everyday who indicate to me that the frustration is not limited to the pontifications on the U.S. Senate floor; it is invading our work spaces.  Media coverage is blaring from the TV in the break room and streaming to everyone’s […]

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How to Avoid Unpleasant I-9 Audits

Complying with I-9 and E-Verify requirements is a hot topic at employment law conferences across the country. These days it’s nearly impossible to avoid the topic of immigration and given the current political climate, you have every reason to be concerned about your business being targeted for I-9 Audits. How do I prevent I-9 Audits […]

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Marriage and Taxes: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

For many people, marriage is a blessed start to a new chapter in life. Unfortunately, for many people, marriage can often come with an unexpected tax bill. Here are a few key things that newlyweds should know about marriage and taxes before tying the knot. Your tax bill could go down For many couples who […]

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How to Place an Employee on Administrative Leave

Administrative Leave is a common practice used by companies when they are investigating claims that are more severe or emotionally charged. The purpose of an Administrative Leave is to remove the accused party or parties from the workplace, ensuring the safety of the workforce and allowing for a thorough and untainted investigation to occur. The […]

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Is Crying at Work Appropriate?

Crying at work is a topic that has come up a lot recently. Workplaces are changing and employees want to feel like they can behave in a “genuine” fashion when interacting with coworkers and customers. As you can imagine, there are varying schools of thought about whether crying is appropriate for the workplace and how […]

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Welcome to the team, Carrie Cook!

We are pleased to announce the newest member of the Slingshot Team, Carrie Cook! Carrie grew up in New Mexico but moved to the United Kingdom at 18 to pursue her undergraduate degree. She graduated from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, with an LL.B. in law before attending law school at the University of New Mexico […]

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