“Sometimes it happens in ways that are fairly random,” he said. “This obviously wasn’t. It’s not a random detention when ICE shows up at your house, then waits outside until you leave for work at 7:30 in the morning to arrest you.” … [Read more...] about Exclusive: ICE Detains A New Jersey Teacher Who’d Face A Death Sentence In Egypt
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. This part requires the existence of an “enterprise” that can continue to exist independently and apart from the particular service relationship. The enterprise must be a “stable and lasting” one that will survive the termination of the relationship between the individual and the company. In other words, if the individual becomes unemployed as a result of his or her relationship with the company ending, the company cannot satisfy part C of the ABC test. Additional considerations include the number of customers/volume of work the individual has; the tools, equipment, and vehicles used by the individual; and the amount of compensation the individual receives. … [Read more...] about New Jersey Clarifies Independent Contractor Classification Test
From December 2017 through October 2018, when the newspaper article came out, Brennan spoke to a number of Murphy's staff, including his deputy chief of staff, chief counsel, deputy chief counsel and campaign counsel about the allegation. In March and again in June, Murphy's staffers said they met with Alvarez and told him to he should leave state government. … [Read more...] about Q&A: Sexual assault allegations in New Jersey government
7 22 N.Y.3d 592 (Feb. 18, 2014). Two basic elements characterize whetheri.e., it must be suitable for year-round living) and the nature of the individual’s relationship to the dwelling. See 20 NYCRR 105.20(e) (“A permanent place of abode means a dwelling place of a permanent nature maintained by the taxpayer ... a mere camp or cottage, which is suitable and used only for vacations, is not a permanent place of abode.”); Matter of Evans v. Tax Appeals Tribunal, DTA No. 806515 (N.Y. Tax App. Trib. 1992), aff’d, 199 A.D.2d 840 (N.Y. App. Div. 3d Dep’t 1993) (stating that “the permanence ofGaied addresses the “nature of the relationship” piece of the permanent place of abode analysis. Mr. Gaied was domiciled in New Jersey and owned a multi-apartment house in New York City. Mr. Gaied’s parents lived in the first-floor apartment and unrelated tenants occupied the rest. Mr. Gaied’s parents had no income and each suffered from a … [Read more...] about New York’s Revised Nonresident Audit Guidelines: A Tool for Taxpayers?
Three Incidents in the United States – Characterized as Acts of TerrorThere were three incidents within a 12-hour period on Saturday – one in New York City, one in New Jersey and one in Minnesota – that many security experts are characterizing as acts of terror. The attack in New York City reportedly involved an explosive device that injured 29 civilians in the Chelsea neighborhood. Another explosion occurred just ahead of a scheduled race in Seaside Park, New Jersey, injuring none. Meanwhile, at a mall in St. Cloud, Minnesota, an individual is alleged to have stabbed nine people before being killed by an off-duty police officer. The Islamic State is reportedly claiming the Minnesota mall attacker was affiliated with the terrorist organization. All three incidents are being investigated by federal and local law enforcement, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). … [Read more...] about President Obama To Address the U.N. General Assembly and Participate in Refugee- and Africa-Focused Events in New York City