- Donald P. Boyle's Review of "What’s to Become of the Legal Profession?" by Michael H. Trotter, Georgia Bar JournalAug 2017
In the August issue of the Georgia Bar Journal, Donald P. Boyle Jr. reviews Michael H. Trotter’s latest book, "What’s to Become of the Legal Profession?" "This compact book summarizes the changes that have taken place in the practice of law over the past 70 years and what the author expects to happen in the future," says Mr. Boyle.
- Jul 31 2017
In an article published by FSR Magazine on July 31, 2017, Julian A. Fortuna provides insight on the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) updated fact sheet explaining the difference between tips and service charges. Service charges are generally wages, and they are reported to the employee and the IRS in a manner similar to other wages. On the other hand, special rules apply to both employers and employees for reporting tips.
- Jul 10 2017
Matthew Robert Rosenkoff analyzes the impact of the Supreme Court's decision in Henson v. Santander case has on debt purchasers published by Bloomberg BNA.
- Jul 10 2017
- Jul 05 2017
Harry D. Dixon III shares insight on the Federal Reserve Systems stance against the controversial topic of money laundering and the impact it has on financial institution's compliance measures in an article published by Law360.
- Jul 03 2017
Matthew Robert Rosenkoff explains why caution should be used before relying on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit's opinion on the Reyes v. Lincoln Automotive Financial Services case.
- Jun 16 2017
Harry Dixon analyzes the repercussions of the 98-2 U.S. Senate vote to solidify existing economic sanctions against Russia for its actions in the Ukraine, as well as imposing new ones for the alleged interference in the U.S. 2016 elections in this Law360 article. To read the full article, please visit the Law360 website.
- Jun 14 2017
Bryan Jacoutot analyzes what the May 30, 2017 Seventh Circuit Court preliminary injunction allowing a transgender boy to use the boys' restroom in school means for the Supreme Court in defining future "gender discrimination" in this June Law360 article. To read the full article, please visit the Law360 website.
- Jun 2017
In the June issue of the Georgia Bar Journal, Donald P. Boyle Jr. reviews John Lueder's "Daufuskie Island." Mr. Boyle was captivated by Georgia attorney, John Lueder's first fictional story about a family vacation that turned from battling the weather to battling history. To read the full review, please visit the Georgia Bar Journal's digital publication.
- May 25 2017