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Legal matters are rarely simple, which is why Tully Rinckey PLLC attorneys like to share their knowledge about specific topics through our articles page. Here, you will find articles to help make sense of complex legal issues. If you have a legal topic you would like us to address in our articles, please email info@tullylegal.com.


Overhauled workplace harassment laws impact all employers, employees in New York State

Employees and employers should be aware that the 2019 New York State Legislature has made it easier for employees to make workplace harassment claims. Governor Andrew M. Cuomo is…

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New York State’s new mandatory vaccination law leaves some parents seeking answers

A new law in New York State that eliminates exemptions from vaccinations has left some parents in a quandary. As the start of a new school year inches closer, parents who oppose…

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Despite lingering questions, blockchain’s promises are too good to ignore

Although a multitude of legal concerns and questions must be addressed—and ultimately resolved—before blockchain can give rise to a new virtual reality in real estate, the…

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IP: Protect the ideas and innovations that give your business a competitive edge

What is intellectual property (IP)? IP relates to intangible property in the form of an idea or innovation that you and/or your business have developed that may provide your…

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Planning ahead: Business ‘pre-nup’ can ease stress, save money in event of business closure

Whether it’s the end of a marriage or a split between business partners, breaking up can be hard to do. But just like a prenuptial agreement before marriage lays out provisions…

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When is the right time to modify or re-negotiate a custody order?

Custody agreements between parents lay out an array of details regarding a child’s upbringing, and most often include visitation schedules including holidays, co-parenting…

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Financial ‘infidelity’ during divorce: beware of spouse hiding money, assets behind your back

Anyone contemplating a divorce should be aware that hiding assets or money from a spouse is actually (sadly) quite common. About 12 million Americans admit to hiding money from…

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Co-parenting resources can keep families on the right track

It may not have been easy, but you successfully transitioned from married (or living together) with kids to divorced (or separating) and co-parenting with your ex. But you still…

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Update: Law Passed to Limit Reach of Texas Anti-SLAPP Statute

The Texas “Anti-SLAPP law” was designed to allow for speedy dismissal of cases based on a defendant’s exercise of free speech or participation in civic affairs.  However,…

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Proposed Bill to Modify UM/UIM Claims Procedure Fails to make it out of Texas Legislature

The 2019 Texas Legislative session ended Monday, May 28, 2019 and although several significant pieces of legislation are now headed to the Governor’s desk for signing, HB 1739…

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