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Private Ruling Exempts Property Management Services from Self-Dealing

A new private ruling may be of great interest to clients with substantial real estate interests who wish to contribute one or more properties to a family foundation. The ruling suggests that payment by the foundation to a...more

Taxability of Shipping and Handling Charges in Illinois – Common Sense Prevails in Department's Second Notice of Proposed...

On January 14, 2016, the Illinois Department of Revenue (the “Department”) sent its Second Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to the Joint Committee on Administrative Rules (“JCAR”) regarding its proposed amendments to its...more

Reed Smith Clients Vindicated – Illinois Circuit Court Grants Motion to Dismiss in Qui Tam Winery Cases

On January 20, 2016, Judge Thomas Mulroy of the Cook County Circuit Court in Chicago granted the Illinois Attorney General’s Motions to Dismiss numerous qui tam cases brought against California wineries, 17 of which are...more

Evidentiary Problems with Threat of Injury Findings in Canadian Trade Remedy Cases

The recent proliferation of affirmative threat of injury findings by the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) indicates problems with the CITT’s approach to its threat of injury analyses. The CITT is arguably applying...more

Australian Tax Alert: Australia Pursues Multinational Tax Avoidance

In the context of the imminent release of the OECD report to G20 finance ministers (in October 2015) dealing with its final recommendations on the Base Erosion Profit Shifting (BEPS) Action Plan, Australia has introduced...more

IRS Issues Final Regulations under Internal Revenue Code Section 83 Regarding Substantial Risk of Forfeiture Analysis

Companies that compensate their employees with annual or long-term awards of restricted property such as restricted stock grants should take note of the final regulations relating to property transferred in connection with...more

CRA Rocks The Boat: Garber et al. v. The Queen

Readers who were tax practitioners in the mid-80s will well remember the luxury yacht tax shelters, which were sold in 1984, 1985 and 1986 and which were one of the most popular tax shelters of that period. Many of us had...more

Fiduciary Duties In Oil Patch Deals

I. GENERAL. A. Introduction. In selecting a form of business entity for an oil patch deal in Texas the organizer or initial owners can consider the following five business entity forms: • Corporation •...more

Lessons from Thomas v. UBS AG (7th Cir. 2013) -- Multistate Class Actions & Applicable Law in Federal Diversity

This week's article looks at the disastrous result of the 7th Circuit class action case Thomas v. UBS AG and the lessons in multistate class action practice that can be learned from it....more

Advocate's Edge

McGovern & Greene's Advocate's Edge publication provides attorneys and their clients with valuable resource guides that offer information related to litigation issues....more

Fidelity Dodges New Jersey ERISA Lawsuit

Fidelity Dodges New Jersey ERISA Lawsuit by Gary S. Young on September 12, 2012 Fidelity Management Co. recently obtained a dismissal of a New Jersey class-action lawsuit over the fees that it charged to divide the...more

Retailers Operating in Illinois Must Collect Sales Tax on Shipping and Handling for Internet Orders to Illinois Residents or Face...

Retailers with stores in the state of Illinois could face steep penalties if they fail to comply with the state’s policy on sales tax for internet sales. A number of retailers are facing lawsuits for failing to collect sales...more

CPAs and Taxpayers Beware: Employee Telecommuting Is Doing Business In New Jersey For Purposes of Taxation

The New Jersey Tax Court has held that a foreign corporation that consistently permits an employee to telecommute from her New Jersey residence is doing business in New Jersey and is subject to the New Jersey Corporation...more

Compassionate Care Hospice v. Compensation Solutions Inc.

Brief in Opposition to Motion for Summary JudgmentNew Jersey

Lawsuit against client's former payroll services providers, Compensation Solutions, which removed over half a million dollars from client's bank account in order to "pay itself" a claimed fee after termination of its contract...more

Compassionate Care Hospice v. Compensation Solutions Inc.

Brief in support of plaintiff's motion for a preliminary injunctionNew Jersey

Lawsuit against client's former payroll services providers, Compensation Solutions, which removed over half a million dollars from client's bank account in order to "pay itself" a claimed fee after termination of its contract...more

Compassionate Care Hospice v. Compensation Solutions Inc.

Amended Verified ComplaintNew Jersey

Lawsuit against client's former payroll services providers, which removed over half a million dollars from client's bank account in order to "pay itself" a claimed fee after termination of its contract by the client....more

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