With three decades of corporate and regulatory experience, Alan brings a level of sophistication to our clients that is rare in this profession. Financial institutions, as well as investors, look to Alan for guidance in multiple sectors including manufacturing, technology, and agribusiness. His expertise involves corporate transactions, capital raising, contracts and regulatory compliance.
Included within Alan’s long list of accomplishments are noteworthy Whistleblower claims involving the Texas Medicaid Fraud Prevention Act, the Federal False Claims Act, the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act of 2009.
Alan and his wife Carrie have three children and live in Austin, Texas.
The Centers for Disease Control in April clarified that noncitizen children under 18 who are non-immigrants traveling from foreign countries to the U.S. are not currently required to show proof of vacation from Covid-19. The order takes into account the global availability of the vaccine and the potential difficulty posed to families traveling together. However, […]
Effective May 4, 2022, USCIS will increase the automatic extension period on EAD’s for certain applicants to 540 days from 180 days in order to prevent gaps in employment authorization. USCIS will temporarily provide up to 360 days of additional automatic extension time (for a total of up to 540 days) to eligible applicants (only […]
On May 5, 2022, USCIS announced that users can now immediately find the processing time information for their particular type of case, rather than seeing an aggregate of all related case types. To this effect, USCIS made the following changes regarding processing times available here: Addition of drop-down options for form categories to help narrow […]
A recent case highlights what the U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division states is a message to employers regarding H-2A program abuses. The WHD found that an employer violated the program when it underpaid workers, provided substandard living conditions, and threatened to terminate the work contracts of workers if they refused to accept […]
Hardly anyone expects their lives to follow a path full of worst-case scenarios. Sometimes bad things happen — even when you work hard to do your best. So, when it comes to your finances, U.S. bankruptcy law has long been set up to help you brush yourself off, move on, and try again.
Maybe you met on a sightseeing trip, or perhaps in a semester-long study abroad program. A friend’s destination wedding. A job training program. A whirlwind romance during what might have otherwise been a simple vacation or a match made by an international marriage magic-maker. Now, all that’s needed is to tie the knot
Blog How to Stop Foreclosure in Texas If you’re at risk of losing your home to foreclosure, there are steps you can take to stop the foreclosure on your property. Whether you want to hold on to your home forever, avoid the stain of a foreclosure on your credit history, or simply delay the proceedings […]
The H-2A program allows farmers who employ individuals in the United States to hire foreign employees to fill temporary labor jobs, according to US immigration laws.
Recruiting top-quality talent isn’t an easy task. It involves a lot more than simply posting a job description and waiting for the applications to roll in. Your inbox may immediately be flooded with submissions.
A Green Card is an unofficial name for the permit allowing immigrants to permanently live and work in the United States of America. The official name is “Lawful Permanent Resident Card”.
With the Coronavirus outbreak disrupting the global economy, businesses in the U.S. face more uncertainty than they have in over 100 years. On top of this, there are other threats that companies cannot ignore forget such as the Department of Labor audits.