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By Patrick Sullivan
Eighteen tribes from across the State of California, led by the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians in Southern California's Riverside County, are pursuing legalized sports wagering through a statewide voter ballot initiative on the 2020 ballot.
By Sara Jodka
Today's gaming and hospitality companies are complex businesses with data driven processes and systems that collect significant and various types of customer information to provide unsurpassed customer service.
By Sara Jodka, Patrick Sullivan
Today's gaming and hospitality companies are complex businesses with data driven processes and systems that collect significant and various types of customer information to provide unsurpassed customer service.
By Phillip DeRosier
For some time now, a subject of discussion among appellate practitioners has been the effect of orders from the Michigan Court of Appeals denying applications for leave to appeal "for lack of merit in the grounds presented," ...
By Phillip DeRosier
It's well-understood that unpublished decisions don't have precedential value under the doctrine of stare decisis.
By Robert B. Joslyn
Unlike income taxes, the transfer tax rates remain the same for 2020 since they are not subject to COLA changes.
By Kathryn S. Wood
On November 13, 2019, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit issued a recommended for full-text publication opinion that analyzed and decided the concept
By Caleb Green
As a landlord or property owner, there are several reasons that may lead you to evict a tenant or otherwise remove their personal property.
By Giselle C. Alexander
Getting divorced is hard to begin with, but can be even more difficult when tax debts are owed to the Internal Revenue Service arising from jointly filed income tax returns.
By Caleb Green
As a landlord or property owner, there are several reasons that may lead you to evict a tenant or otherwise remove their personal property.
By Dana M. Levy
It is common for divorcing spouses to negotiate and resolve between themselves claims relating to division of property, debts, payment of spousal ...
By Christian Allen
On November 14th, the US Citizenship and Immigration Services agency ("USCIS") is expected to formally publish proposed fee changes in the Federal Register for the applications...
By William L. Rosin
Trade journals are full of articles discussing the plethora of M&A deals that have recently closed. However, for every closing there are far more deals that begin the process but are not completed.
By Andrew MacLeod
The tax code includes a number of provisions that benefit small businesses and small business owners. One of these provisions is contained in Section 1202 which provides for an exclusion of up to 100%
By Kristyn Recchia
The holidays are right around the corner and often can be a very difficult and emotional time if you are going through a divorce or separation, especially if you have children
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