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By Alexander Lee
Financing Issues Under The Tax Act (Video)
By McDermott Will & Emery
High Net Worth Taxpayers
By Todd Solomon, Rick Stepanovic
On February 26, 2018, the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (covering Connecticut, New York and Vermont) ruled that workplace discrimination ...
By Gregory Heltzer, Jonathan Ende
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently announced that it has challenged a merger between Wilhelmsen Maritime Services (Wilhelmsen) and Drew Marine Group (Drew) ...
By Jay M. Singer, Alexander Lee
Partners Jay Singer and Alexander Lee discuss the ins and outs of the section 163(j) limitation as it applies to consolidated groups, partnerships, and other US taxpayers.
By Caroline Ngo, En-Jiun Enrica Ma, Alexander Lee
Partners Caroline Ngo, Enrica Ma and Alexander Lee discuss the implications of the GILTI provision and possible planning opportunities.
By McDermott Will & Emery
Although delays in antitrust appointments continued throughout the second half of 2017, the Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice continued to actively investigate..
By Shawn Helms, Kristin Michaels
The Supreme Court recently clarified the scope of SEC whistleblower retaliation provisions.
By Gregory Heltzer, Lisa A. Peterson
Dealmakers know that a critical part of the merger process is obtaining antitrust clearance from government enforcers.
By Stephen Kranz, Alysse McLoughlin, Diann Smith, Kathleen Quinn
Virginia and Georgia are two of the latest states to pass laws responding to the federal tax reform passed in December 2017, known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA).
By Matthew Evola
Indirect purchaser plaintiffs' motion for class certification in a lithium ion battery suit was denied for failing to show concrete evidence linking increased input costs to increased end-product prices...
By Stephen Kranz, Alysse McLoughlin, Diann Smith, Lauren Ferrante
States are moving to advance different solutions in their efforts to address federal tax reform.
By J. Christian Nemeth, Calli Turner
The ESOP industry is paying close attention to a Tenth Circuit appeal that will address the deferral of corporate deductions for certain accrued expenses payable ...
By G. Matthew McCloskey
The issue in Luv'n Care, Ltd., concerned the impact of failure to pay the required petition fees due to insufficient funds in the deposit account used.
By Kalpesh V. Upadhye
The PTAB granted the request to terminate, because doing so "at this stage increases the efficiency of the Board and the parties."
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