Written by attorney Stephen Aron Glickman

Effect of the New Tax Law on Confidential Sexual Harassment Settlements

Sec. 13307 of the new tax law limits the ability of employers to deduct settlement payments of sexual harassment claims and the ability of employers and employees to deduct their attorneys' fees in connection with settlement agreements of sexual harassment claims that have confidentiality clauses.

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