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By Alveno Castilla, Ashley Wicks
The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, enacted December 22, 2017, offers a new tax incentive for the benefit of low-income communities with the creation of qualified opportunity zones.
By Alveno Castilla, Ashley Wicks
For many years, the Internal Revenue Code has provided various incentives aimed at encouraging economic development and investments in low-income and/or distressed communities by providing certain tax ...
By Laura Heusel
Clean Water Act ("CWA") and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act ("RCRA") citizen suits are nothing new, and many expect them to become more common in the coming years due to increased public awareness...
By Robert Frey
An Illinois General Contractor learned a hard lesson the other day; the case is Vivify Constr., LLC v. Nautilus Ins. Co., 2017 IL App (1st) 170192.
By Caroline Eley, Hollie Smith, Paul Rosenblatt, Christy Jones, Charles Johnson III
If the acronym "AI" makes you immediately think of a sci-fi movie, you're not alone! Some of us have even humbly acknowledged that the topic of AI—Artificial Intelligence—seems daunting...
By Arthur Spratlin Jr
The race is on for the mass rollout of self- driving, autonomous vehicles (AVs). Google (now Waymo) and Nissan hope to get there by 2020.
By William R. O'Bryan, Jr.
The Fletchers opened a joint checking account with rights of survivorship, not as tenants in common.
By Michael Bradshaw
The U.S. House and Senate have now each passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R.1) and have sent the bill to President Trump's desk for final passage.
By W. Jeff McGoff, Sloane Jumper, Michael Bradshaw, Brian Masterson, Sarah Hoffmann, Kristin Konschnik, Joseph Walker
On December 15th, the congressional conference committee charged with reaching a consensus on the competing versions of the Senate and House tax reform bills released its conference report...
By Luther Munford
When the law addresses medical judgment directly, it allows room for reasonable physician choice. It is ironic then, that a product liability suit over design defect may not allow any such room.
By David Johnson
Eric Manchir worked as a sales manager for ADP, LLC ("ADP"), which is in the business of human resources and business outsourcing.
By Phillip Sykes, Anna Morris, Margaret Smith
Phillip S. Sykes, Margaret Z. Smith and Anna Little Morris recently published "Does Spoliation Spoil a Product Liability Claim? Analyzing and Defending Product Liability Claims of the Product-less Claimant"...
By Kristin Konschnik
In this article, the author discusses the final regulations for U.S. F reorganizations, focusing on the use of foreign-to-foreign F reorganizations to achieve non-U.S. business planning goals...
By Robert Frey
We have noted, again and again, examples of disappointed Additional Insureds. Today we report that at least one Additional Insured has left the Courthouse smiling.
By David Johnson
In Tennessee, it's against the law to terminate an employee who blows the whistle in furtherance of public policy. Recently, the Tennessee Court of Appeals ...
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