Employment Litigation and Claim Settlements: Maximizing Tax Benefits and Avoiding Penalties

09 Sep , 2022

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This CLE course will provide employment counsel and tax advisers guidance for structuring complex settlements and complying with complex tax reporting and withholding requirements applicable to employment claims and related attorneys fees. 

I will discuss best practices for employers and attorneys to structure settlements, maximize tax benefits, and avoid penalties when allocating settlement proceeds. I will also discuss the tax information reporting requirements for payments to claimants and their counsel as well as the tax implications of plaintiff requests in settlement agreements.

 

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