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By Rick Minor
Rick Minor has been a European policy player for more than two decades. He has frequently published articles containing his unique insights on tax policy in the European Union.
By Philip Gura, Theodore F. Claypoole
Were the Beatles still recording today, they might have to add this verse to Taxman.
By Anna S. Mills
Initial Coin Offerings, or ICOs, have emerged at the intersection of cryptocurrencies and blockchain.
By Michael Cashin
The Federal tax reform bill passed at the end of 2017 made voluminous changes to the Federal tax code, but one relatively small section ...
By Elie J. Foy
On July 27, 2018, the Treasury issued final regulations regarding substantiation requirements for cash and noncash charitable contributions. T.D. 9836 (2018).
By Victoria Bruno
In its Fall 2018 regulatory agenda, the SEC announced that final rulemaking on the Best Interest Regulation is set for September 2019, before the close of the federal government's fiscal year.
By Andrew Tingley
As the prospect of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union creeps ever closer, one wonders whether the last two years could have been better dealt with by Howie Mandel in the US or Noel Edmonds in the United Kingdom.
By Neil Long
Entrepreneurs and business owners are naturally – and rightly - focused on running and growing their businesses, particularly with Brexit looming, along with other seismic changes in the global economy.
By Philip Gura, Taylor Ey
And if you are collecting, storing or using biometric information of any Parrotheads, you may end up being the only bait in town.
By Brent Powell
A divided panel of the North Carolina Court of Appeals holds that a good-faith purchaser for value at a foreclosure sale obtains a valid deed regardless of the amount paid,
By Laura Kees, Jacob S. Wharton
On Monday, March 4, 2019, the United States Supreme Court issued an opinion that clarified the long-standing issue of whether a plaintiff bringing a copyright infringement action has to have an issued registration ...
By Brian Hayles
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By Morris Ellison
Assessors too often value newly constructed apartments as fully occupied, producing excessive tax assessments.
By Malcolm Dowden
The European Commission has published its Contingency Action Plan for a "No Deal" Brexit.
By Theodore F. Claypoole, Whitney Kamerzel
Who can track your location through your smartphone?
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