Winery and Vineyard Succession Planning

While the vineyard is still quiet and contemplating the end of winter, now is the perfect time for New York wineries to be considering succession planning. Are there family members ready for more responsibility? Key employees you want to reward going into the next harvest season and beyond? Are you at an age where Medicaid Read More »

Christy Vouri-Misso Joins Bousquet Holstein PLLC

Bousquet Holstein PLLC is pleased to announce that Christy Vouri-Misso has joined the Tax Practice Group at the firm. As a former Attorney Advisor to Judge Robert A. Wherry, of the United States Tax Court, Christy focuses her practice on all aspects of federal and state tax controversies and planning.  This background gives her the unique ability Read More »

COVID-19: Reaching Bondholders and the Market with Disclosure

Municipal and governmental issuers and conduit borrowers (such as hospitals, colleges, universities and other nonprofits) are taking steps to address and mitigate direct and indirect risks and costs posed by COVID-19.  Issuers and conduit borrowers should add continuing disclosure obligations to their growing checklist of items to address with respect to COVID-19 and its impacts Read More »

Coronavirus: Employment Legal Issues for Employers

On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared a global pandemic as the Coronavirus rapidly spreads around the world.  Employers are becoming increasingly concerned about their rights and obligations with respect to maintaining a safe workplace for their employees and complying with various federal and state labor and employment laws.  This alert will provide Read More »

2020 Employment Law Update Presentation

L. Micha Ordway, Managing Partner at Bousquet Holstein, recently presented a Tompkins County Bar Association CLE on the significant changes that have been made to the New York State Executive Law, the Labor Law, and the General Obligations Law. The focus of the presentation included changes that Governor Cuomo signed into law on August 12, Read More »