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I’m often asked if an early exercise provision should be included in a company's stock option plan. Many tax advisors recommend an early exercise provision. Many legal advisors are against it. My experience has led me to this conclusion: early exercise can be valuable to a company’s optionees, but usually only at the very early stage of a start up.
April 14, 2012 By The Mulder Law Office, P.A.
Introduction - The proposed changes in the processing of the I-601 Waiver will significantly reduce the time that United States Citizens and Permanent Residents are separated from immediate relatives. In some cases the immediate relative may remain in the United States while the waiver is being processed.
Article #7 – Summary and Plan of Action for Stock Option, Restricted Stock, Cash and Phantom Stock Plans
This is article #7 of a 7 article series. In this article #7, I give you 7 steps to implement your stock option plan, restricted stock plan, cash plan, phantom stock plan or stock appreciation rights. To review, there are two types of incentive plans: equity plans and cash plans. I discussed equity plans, that is, stock option plans and restricted stock, in prior articles #2-5. I discussed cash plans, phantom stock plans and stock appreciation rights in article #6.
In this article #6, I explain how you use cash plans, phantom stock plans and stock appreciation rights. To review, there are two types of incentive plans: equity plans and cash plans. I discussed equity plans in prior articles #2-5. With an equity plan, you give employees stock options or restricted stock. Equity means ownership, so with an equity plan you give ownership in the company to the employees.
Bond Insurer Litigation v Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities (RMBS) Issuers over Alleged Misrepresentation
April 14, 2012 By Don Coker
Former high-level mortgage banking executive, high-level banking regulator, banking consultant to over 75 banks, and renowned nationwide banking expert witness Don Coker explains some of the important nuances of mortgage banking and securitization litigation involving representations and warranties, repurchase demands, and due diligence nationwide industry standard policies, practices and procedures important in bond insurer litigation.
April 13, 2012 By Law Office of Roy W. Litherland
It is good to go through life staying positive, but at the same time you have to be aware of certain dangers that exist and take precautions to protect yourself. This can become even more important as you consider the eventualities of aging.
April 13, 2012 By Law Offices of Thomas J. Murphy, Jr.
Truck accidents involving an 18 wheeler and a smaller passenger vehicle are well-known as some of the most catastrophic and dangerous accidents that a person can be involved in. By understanding some of the main causes of these large truck accidents, you may be able to identify a dangerous situation and avoid an accident altogether.
April 13, 2012 By John M. O'Drobinak, P.C.
Many people have an estate planning goal that includes avoiding Probate at all costs. Unfortunately, for many people, this includes avoiding the services of an estate planning attorney because they have the mistaken belief that the attorney will intentionally use Probate methods so the attorney can make money by representing the estate in Probate.
April 13, 2012 By Law Office of Frances Prizzia
Special task forces and California Highway Patrol officers recently arrested 40 people suspected of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol in Southern California. The CHP has been developing and implementing a variety of innovative enforcement programs over the past several years in an attempt to better enforce California’s strict DUI laws.
April 13, 2012 By Mulvey Professional Association
New Hampshire has long since recognized the privileged nature of communications between husbands and wives. However, with the widespread use of electronic communications, it has become unclear whether such communications remain within the realm of “marital confidences”.