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Alert Discusses Wealth Transfer Tax in Trump Regime

A recent client alert by the KTC Trusts & Estates Department addresses possible wealth transfer tax modifications by President-elect in the coming year. Click here to read the full alert.

Alert Addresses Order Blocking New Overtime Rules

The KTC Labor & Employment Department discusses the order by a Texas federal court judge blocking new overtime rules, which would have gone in effect December 1st. Click here to read the full alert. 

Millions in Offshore Assets Recovered

The federal judge presiding over a California bankruptcy, in which Karr Tuttle Campbell’s Asset Recovery Team recovered millions of dollars of offshore assets found our, “…services provided an enormous benefit to this estate…”

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Richard J. Omata is a shareholder and a member of the Firm’s Board of Directors. He is the Chair of the Employment Relations Department and the innovative KTC Employment Partnership Program. Mr. Omata represents public and private employers in all areas of employment and labor relations. He has been selected as a “Top Business Lawyer” by Seattle Business Monthly and is a Fellow of the the College of Labor & Employment Attorneys. Rick is a graduate of Wesleyan University and Georgetown University Law Center.

 

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