NCA CONNET: Judge Puts Persuader Rule on Hold for All 50 States

Published Friday, July 1, 2016

Judge Puts Persuader Rule on Hold for All 50 States

Yesterday, a decision by a U.S. District judge in Texas put the Department of Labor’s (DOL’s) Persuader Rule on hold for all 50 states, giving clubs a much needed respite from the rule’s impact. The rule requires both employers and attorneys (or other advisors) hired during a union organizing campaign to file new disclosure reports with DOL. Its enforcement was to begin Friday, July 1.

Golf Course Conservation Easements

For years, conservation easements have been used by golf course owners to enhance their financial position and reduce their tax liability, and in many opinions legally so. However, providing an easement must be done carefully and correctly.

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Club Industry Brief

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