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On August 15, 2012, Chief Administrative Law Judge Bill Thompson issued his long-awaited SRLY ruling, holding that an Alabama consolidated group was entitled to carry forward certain net operating losses (“NOLs”) incurred...more
Originally published in State Tax Notes, July 23, 2012.
This is the first installment in a series that will examine state and local tax (SALT) questions implicated by the purchase, sale, and reorganization of business...more
"Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. This article was first published in Getting the Deal Through – Mergers & Acquisitions 2012, (published in May, 2012; contributing editor: Casey Cogut, Simpson...more
On June 7, 2012, Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service (the IRS) issued much-anticipated final, temporary, and proposed regulations under section 7874, which provides rules governing so-called “inversion transactions.” In...more
The Treasurer has delivered the 2012-13 Budget. As part of a concerted effort to ensure a budget surplus (of $1.5 billion), the promised company tax cuts have been scrapped and the tax burden for foreign investors has been...more
While recent changes to the Form 990 make it more reader friendly, filing organizations must carefully review it for substantive changes to determine the impact on their reporting requirements, particularly tax-exempt...more
This article discusses the traps for the unwary created by Section 409A of the Internal Revenue Code (“Section 409A”) with respect to current trends in change-in-control compensation for public company executives and the...more
Since LLP has been introduced in India, apart from incorporating a traditional Limited Liability Company, it has become an option for entrepreneurs, business owners and investors starting new ventures to start their business...more
Triangular B reorganizations are often conducted whereby a subsidiary corporation will acquire a target corporation in exchange for stock of the subsidiary’s parent corporation. Throw a foreign corporation into the mix and...more
The IRS recently came out with a Notice (Notice 2011-18) stating that, for transactions occurring in 2011, penalties will not be imposed against issuers for missing the deadline to file a return or post the tax...more
Beginning on January 1, 2011, regulations1 issued under Section 6045B of the Internal Revenue Code will require any domestic or foreign corporation that undertakes an “organizational action,” such as a merger, acquisition,...more
The Financial Crisis Commission has put forth its argument that Wells Fargo & Co’s purchase of Wachovia was with government assistance despite the widely held belief that it was not. The IRS had changed the tax code just...more
In this issue:
*The Month in Brief
*FCC Streamlines Satellite Earth Station License Process
*California Passes New Broadband and Prepaid Services Laws and Considers Copper Loop Retirement Issues
*FCC Clarifies ?Junk...more
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