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Implications of the Supreme Court’s Windsor Decision: DOMA is Dead, Now What? — Income Tax, Estate and Gift Tax, Employment Law, and Immigration Issues Post-DOMA

July 16, 2013

The U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision striking down key parts of the Federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) has broad implications for the fields of employee benefits, taxation, estate planning, employment, and immigration.

Please join us for part two in a two-part series to discuss the Court's decision in Windsor as well as the important issues left unresolved in its wake. Lawyers from our Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation, Tax, Personal Law, Labor and Employment, and Immigration Practices will review the decision, focusing on what businesses and individuals should be thinking about in the post-DOMA world.

 

Webinar 2 | Income Tax, Estate and Gift Tax, Employment Law, and Immigration Issues Post-DOMA
Tuesday, July 16, 2013 | 12:30-1:45 pm ET

Topics will include:

  • Payroll tax
  • Federal income tax
  • Federal estate and gift tax
  • Employment law
  • Immigration
  • Next steps

Presenters:
Eric Bord | Immigration & Nationality Services Practice
Daniel Carmody | Tax Practice
Christina Mesires Fournaris | Personal Law Practice
David Fuller | Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Practice
Michelle Silverman | Labor and Employment Practice

Contact:
For more information, contact Olive To at 215.963.5116 or oto@morganlewis.com.

CLE Credit:
CLE credit in CA, FL, IL, NJ, NY, PA, TX, and VA is currently pending approval.

View Webinar 1 | Employee Benefits Issues Post-DOMA here >>