Boardman Clark Attorneys Named to the 2020 The Best Lawyers in America©

Twenty-seven Boardman Clark attorneys were recognized in The Best Lawyers in America© list 2020 edition in 41 different areas.

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  • Jim Bartzen
    • Commercial litigation
    • Litigation - Banking and Finance
    • Litigation - Construction
    • Litigation - Real Estate 
    • Product Liability Litigation - Defendants

Named to Lawyer of the Year

  • James E. Bartzen - Litigation - Banking and Finance
  • Michael J. Julka - Labor Law - Management
  • Michael J. Lawton - Litigation - Land Use and Zoning
  • Theodore J. Long - Patent Law
  • Jerry E. McAdow - Real Estate Law
  • Paul M. Schmidt - Litigation - Trusts and Estates

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Code Section 457(f): Potential Timing Trap for Nonprofit Employers and Employees

Business Minute | 10.02.22

Nonprofit (tax-exempt) employers are treated differently than for-profit employers with respect to how deferred compensation is taxed. Internal Revenue Code Section 457 (Section 457) is the main tool for this. Some of the timing issues under Section 457 may pose a trap for those not familiar with them.