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By John Shoemaker, Ivan Lu
The CRS, following along the precedent set by the FATCA, creates the concept of "accountholders" in structures such as trusts, foundations, companies and partnerships when those entities are "managed by"...
By Jason G. Yarbro, Robert M. Holland, Jr., Christopher J. Tutor, John C. Taylor, Jr.
Real estate law requires not only an understanding of buying and selling real estate, closing processes, real estate title, leasing and finance, but also experience in a variety of other areas that are important...
By William R. O'Bryan, Jr.
Question: Can a 50% shareholder pierce her own corporation's veil to impose liability upon the only other shareholder for an unsatisfied judgment in her favor against their corporation?
By Matthew Grenfell, Robert Hutchison
The Mississippi section of this year's Chambers USA Regional Real Estate Guide was contributed by Butler Snow LLP
By Kristin Konschnik, Jessica Staton
On August 1, 2018, the Internal Revenue Service and the Department of the Treasury issued proposed regulations on the Section 965 transition tax, which was enacted under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
By William R. O'Bryan, Jr.
We've all been there – representing a client against someone who has never heard, or doesn't believe, that "A lawyer that represents himself, has a fool for a client."
By Kristin Konschnik
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (P.L. 115-97) that President Trump signed into law on December 22, 2017, affects many areas of U.S. domestic and international tax planning.
By Christy Jones, Charles Johnson III
It's hard to believe a decade has passed since we delivered our first edition of Pro Te: Solutio to your door. Those years have brought enormous changes in the world and in our industry.
By John Shoemaker, Ivan Lu
Living abroad can be a wonderful opportunity for many U.S. Persons[1], but a few commonly misunderstood aspects of the U.S. tax system directly impact such "expats," ...
By Brian Masterson, Blair Harden Jussely, J. Paul Varner, Ashley Wicks, Alveno Castilla
On June 21, 2018, the Supreme Court rendered its long awaited decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair and overturned the Court's 50-year old physical presence nexus standard arising from
By Michael Bradshaw
We have already blogged about many of the direct impacts that the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act has had on the municipal bond market
By Mark Garriga
Law Elevated is an occasional column written for the Mississippi Business Journal by Butler Snow attorneys.
By Edward Wilmesherr
Bank regulatory relief legislation appears poised to be enacted. The U.S. Senate passed S.2155 with substantial bipartisan support and sent the Bill to the House of Representatives for consideration. While S.2155 contains several significant regulatory burden reduction provisions, many in the House of Representatives wanted additional burden reduction measures added.
By Margaret Smith
Butler Snow's Margaret Z. Smith recently was republished by Jackson Young Lawyers May 2018 Newsletter for an article she authored titled "When in Doubt, Assert a Rule 403" ...
By Margaret Loveman
In a much anticipated opinion, the United States Supreme Court held on May 21, 2018, that arbitration agreements that waive an employee's right to resolve claims through class or collective action are enforceable.
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