The Social Security Administration has resumed issuing what is officially called an "Employer Correction Request Notice," but are commonly referred to as "no-match letters." Sarah Wixson offers guidelines for how to respond if you receive one of these letters.
Stokes Law Briefs
In an April 2nd decision, an Appellate court reminds foreclosing lenders to say what you mean and mean what you say. Claire Taylor and Tom Lerner explain that ambiguity and delay can lead to unintended outcomes.
For those thinking about relocating to a warmer climate, Alison Warden and Jenna Ichikawa recommend considering the tax implications before making the move.
The Washington Medical Commission's recent census reveals the changing face of the medical community and how doctors practice. Tom Lerner notes that some of this has implications for physicians making employment decisions.
The U.S. Department of Labor recently issued its long-awaited replacement of the overtime rule issued by the Obama administration. Krista Nelson provides a summary of the new rule's guidelines.
Sarah Wixson was recently quoted in an article in the Capital Press that covered a presentation she made to the Washington Growers League. During the presentation on handling employee grievances, she addressed arbitration agreements. She explained that they must be understood by the employees who sign them.