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By Arielle Borsos, Victor Jaramillo, Kirsten Burmester, Dianne Mehany, Anne O’Brien, Michael Pfeifer
On May 21, 2018, the IRS Large Business and International division added foreign trust information reporting to its "compliance campaigns," signaling that the IRS sees a "compliance risk" in this area ...
By Trevor Potter, Matthew Sanderson, Bryson Morgan, Emma K. Lewis
Late last year, many social media and internet giants announced plans to overhaul their advertising policies for political content.
By Todd Phillips, Kevin Maclay, Caroline E. Parke
Justice Kagan, writing for the court, first examined the interrelationship between the three relevant acts.
By Trevor Potter, Matthew Sanderson, Bryson Morgan, Emma K. Lewis
Last fall, Facebook announced a disclosure program for users of its platform specifically aimed at requiring disclosures for election-related advertising.
By Trevor Potter, Matthew Sanderson, Bryson Morgan, Emma K. Lewis
Failure to comply with these requirements could result in a civil penalty of up to $1,000 per violation.
By Kevin Maclay, Todd Phillips, Caroline E. Parke
Recent caselaw demonstrates that there is a current judicial disagreement over whether the Bankruptcy Code will permit a cramdown in a jointly-administered bankruptcy case...
By Todd Phillips, Kevin Maclay, Jeanna Koski
On March 5, 2018, the Supreme Court issued a unanimous decision in U.S. Bank National Ass'n ex rel. CWCapital Asset Management LLC v. Village at Lakeridge, LLC, holding that bankruptcy court determinations ...
By Kevin Maclay, Todd Phillips, Kevin M. Davis
The Bankruptcy Code provides bankruptcy trustees, debtors, and creditor committees with "avoidance powers" that allow them to set aside and recover certain transfers that a debtor made before filing for bankruptcy.
By Zhanna Ziering, Scott D. Michel, Dianne Mehany, Mark E. Matthews, Niles Elber, Mark D. Allison, Benjamin Z. Eisenstat
On March 13, 2018, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced that it will end the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP) on September 28, 2018
By Meghan R. Biss, William Klimon, Sharon Want, Douglas Varley
Under newly issued guidance, the IRS has made it easier for many tax-exempt organizations to restructure. The IRS will now continue to recognize as exempt, those organizations that:
By Caplin & Drysdale
The IRS intends to issue certifications and decertifications of seriously delinquent tax debts systematically on a weekly basis.
By Kevin Maclay, Todd Phillips, Caroline E. Parke
The parties have jointly moved for a deadline of March 8, 2018 to file for review by the full Ninth Circuit.
By James Wehner, Sally J. Sullivan
Is an increased risk of harm sufficient to establish standing in a data breach case? Most courts have avoided an absolute answer, instead weighing the characteristics of the data breach.
By Douglas Varley, Sharon Want, William Fournier, Meghan R. Biss
The IRS has announced procedural changes that will impact exempt organizations in 2018. These changes concern new organizations and organizations that have lost exemption due to automatic revocation.
By Todd Phillips, Kevin Maclay, Sally J. Sullivan
On September 22, 2017, the First Circuit Court of Appeals held that § 1109(b) of the Bankruptcy Code (the "Code") provides a creditors' committee with an "unconditional right to intervene" in an adversary proceeding.
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