The newsletter of the ISBA’s Section on Business Advice and Financial Planning
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Newsletter articles from 2006
On Saturday morning, October 14, 2006, in Springfield, the Business Advice & Financial Planning Section Council had a very productive meeting and worth the one (1) hour of credit that we may receive toward our minimum continuing legal education requirements.
Read Mr. Norden’s article. It is one of the best “legal” articles we have published in The Counselor. These 10 points offer invaluable advice.
Phewee. Here we thought we were safe from any criticism of the Editor’s Notes which appeared in the last edition of The Counselor.
We are about as happy and content as a seven-year-old in a candy store or as a teenager who is about to experience his or her first sexual experience.
From the Chair…
For the second time, I am honored and pleased to assume the role of Chairperson of the Business Advice and Financial Planning Section Council.
In honor of… Gene Petersen
On February 9, 2005, the Section Council, the ISBA and attorneys throughout the state lost one of their most devoted friends, Gene Petersen, age 62.
Tax and trust fund issues
Editor’s Note: The following was a presentation made by Mr. Colombik at a March 10, 2006 seminar entitled “Planning for Business Disputes and Financial Difficulties” sponsored by both the ISBA Business Advice & Financial Planning Section Council and the Securities & Business Law Section Council.
Wage garnishment—Not just the employee’s problem
Many employers view a wage garnishment as an unnecessary nuisance and “the employee’s problem.” However, an employer may be found liable for amounts not withheld or turned over in a timely manner under a properly served wage garnishment order.