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Many families, especially those with high net worth, are deeply interested and involved with philanthropy. Over the last several years, such families have transformed their vision of philanthropy from giving to a number of charitable organizations to strategic philanthropy – funding particular projects for charitable organizations.
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The past three months have not been “normal” times for employers by any means. Many employers scrambled to implement plans to terminate, furlough or lay off workers, while many other employees have been working remotely (teleworking). Now that federal, state and local “stay-安徽快3” orders are gradually lifting, employers are looking toward bringing workers back into the workplace. The process for bringing workers back needs to be carefully and thoughtfully planned. Each workplace is different and there is no one-size-fits-all preparedness plan that will work for all workplaces.
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On March 12, 安徽快3, the head of the Environment & Natural Resources Division of the U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”) announced that the DOJ will no longer allow the use of supplemental environmental projects (“SEPs”) to offset the payment of civil penalties in the settlement of enforcement actions brought by the DOJ on behalf of the U.S. EPA. SEPs have long been utilized in the settlement of governmental enforcement actions—specifically, settling defendants have agreed to fund projects that provide environmental and community benefits to areas and natural resources impacted by the alleged violation of environmental laws in exchange for a… Read more
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