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Like many questions in the legal world, the best answer is: it depends. The cost to hire a lawyer depends on the scope of the work and the fee structure that applies. A client will … Read more.
Stuart & Branigin LLP is pleased to announce that David M. Stupich has become a partner in the firm as of January 1, 2021. Mr. Stupich has been with the firm since 2014. David provides … Read more.
Stuart & Branigin LLP has named William P. Kealey as the firm’s Managing Partner. As Managing Partner, Mr. Kealey will serve as the chief executive officer of the firm providing primary leadership in the areas … Read more.
Incorrectly filed information returns can be very costly. If an employer is required to file Forms 1094-C and/or 1095-C electronically  but fails to do so, and he or she does not have an approved … Read more.