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  • 44 McGlinchey Practice Areas recognized in 2023 Best Law Firms

    McGlinchey Stafford PLLC is pleased to announce two national practice group rankings and 42 metropolitan practice area rankings in U.S. News - Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” for 2023.

  • Student Loan Borrowers Beware: You May Owe State Tax on the Forgiven Debt Even If You Do Not Receive an IRS Form 1099-C

    While student loan debt forgiveness may be excludible from income for federal income tax purposes, some states do not exclude such debt forgiveness from income for state income tax purposes. This means the borrower may have to pay state income tax on the forgiven student loan debt.

  • Firms do their best to on-board first-year attorneys

    Member Kelly Lipinski (Cleveland) was featured in Cleveland Jewish News on August 15, 2022. She discussed how McGlinchey supports first-year attorneys, including work-life balance, providing diverse exposure, and what she recommends young attorneys seek out in a law firm.

  • Confidentiality Designations and Sealed Documents CLE

    Sealed documents procedures and confidentiality designations can be confusing. Farren Davis (New Orleans) will moderate “Confidentiality Designations and Sealed Documents CLE” hosted by the New Orleans Chapter of the Federal Bar Association on Wednesday, June 29, 2022. This presentation will review confidentiality destination and sealed documents procedures, limitations, and related recent case law. The NewMore

  • Kentucky and Virginia Enact Student Education Loan Servicing Laws

    Kentucky and Virginia have passed legislation relating to student loan servicers. In Kentucky, a new student loan servicing law creates new licensing and compliance requirements. In Virginia, an amendment to their law limits the scope of their existing law. An explanation of the changes follows below.

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