About this office:
Chuhak & Tecson offers more than just solutions. Here you will find a collaborative team of legal advisors who share a genuine interest in your success—professionals whose entrepreneurial spirit and vision is compatible with your own. Since 1987, we have served as valued partners with our clients. We are self starters who maintain a holistic view of our clients' goals. This inspires us to be creative in our solutions, and drives us to always be a step ahead and move our clients' needs forward.
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Statement of Practice Summary:
Business Services; Banking Law; Corporate Law; General Business; Employee Benefits; Employment Law; Federal Tax; Governmental Law; Health Care; Secured Lending; Litigation Services; Aviation Law; Airport Construction; Civil Law; Commercial Litigation; Trusts And Estates; Trust Litigation; Guardianship; Insurance Coverage; Defense Litigation; Medical Malpractice Defense; Products; General Liability; Tax Litigation; Personal Tax; Estate Services; Charitable Organizations; Giving; Asset Protection Planning; Trust Administration; Tax Planning; Wealth Preservation; Not for Profit & Mission-Based Organizations.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
IRS Backs Off on Advance
David B. Shiner, June 25, 2015
Good lawyering got the IRS to back off the assessment of additional tax on receipt of an advance. Client entered into a three year service contract with Company to sell a new product. Company provided an advance of $100X to Client when he signed the contract. Under the contract, if Client reached...
Do Not Retaliate!
Ryan A. Haas, June 23, 2015
A basic rule of thumb for all employers when addressing an employee’s complaints of harassment or discrimination in the workplace is to take the complaints seriously, perform a proper investigation and take appropriate action or corrective measures. Even a baseless claim of harassment or...
Employee Handbooks in the Cross Hairs
Jeralyn H. Baran, June 23, 2015
Does your Employee Handbook require employees to keep their salary confidential? If it does, you may be violating - unintentionally - the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), federal legislation enacted in the 1930s, to protect the rights of employees and employers and regulate collective...
Year Established: 1987
Languages: Spanish, French, Italian, Hebrew, German and Portuguese.