About this office:
Burke, Warren, MacKay & Serritella, P.C., is committed to providing superior legal counsel with personal, responsive and efficient service.
Our clients range from international and publicly traded companies to closely held entrepreneurial enterprises, as well as the individuals who own and manage them. We offer significant experience in various industries including real estate, banking and finance, mortgage banking, labor and employment, civil litigation, tax, estate planning, automotive dealerships and franchises, health care, tax-exempt organizations, such as religious, educational and social service entities, general corporate representation and the unique concerns of closely held businesses and their owners.
Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
Statement of Practice Summary:
General Corporate and Business Matters including Real Estate, Eminent Domain, Financial Institutions, Mortgage Banking, Debtor-Creditor Relations, Bankruptcy, Automotive Franchises and Dealerships, Civil Practice in all State and Federal Courts. Litigation, including Complex and Class Action Defense, Securities, Mergers and Acquisitions, Health Care, Religious, Non-Profit, Educational and Social Services Organizations, Public Finance, Municipal Law, Employment and Labor, ERISA/Employee Benefits, Taxation, Estate Planning, Probate and Trust.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
2016 Year-End Estate and Tax Planning Summary
Gregory M. Winters, December 22, 2016
Few people predicted that Donald Trump would win the presidency and fewer still predicted that the Republican Party would control both houses of Congress along with the White House. While 2016 did not see the enactment of a great deal of tax legislation, 2017 and 2018 could see significant changes...
Texas Court Blocks New FLSA Overtime Rules
Kenneth H. Richman,Rachel E. Yarch, December 22, 2016
We previously reported on the Fair Labor Standards Act’s (“FLSA”) new regulations, which were scheduled to go into effect as of December 1, 2016.The new regulations would require that, to be “exempt” from overtime compensation, an employee’s annual salary must be...