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On January 1, 2018, Washington state's new I-1433 paid sick-leave requirements will take effect. Sarah Wixson and Erika Hartliep explain what employers need to know.
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The new year will bring new sick-leave requirements for employers in Washington, which result from Initiative 1433. Erika Hartliep summarizes what the new law means to employers.
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Washington's new trust decanting law grants trustees decanting powers over irrevocable trusts. Jenna Ichikawa explains what this means for irrevocable trusts in which the trustee has discretionary power to make distributions of principal.
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While the statewide mandatory paid sick and safe leave for employees will not go into effect until next year, several cities throughout the state have their own regulations currently in place. The city regulations vary depending on location, type of business, and number of employees.
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The Stokes Lawrence Velikanje Moore & Shore Agriculture practice offers guidance for employers facing potential immigration raids.
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