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Jersey City’s PLA Ordinance Found Preempted by NLRA and ERISA and Void Ab Initio

by Genova Burns LLC on

On June 15 U.S. District Court Judge Wigenton determined that Jersey City’s ordinance, in effect since 2007 and providing for tax abatements for real estate developers that sign Project Labor Agreements (PLAs) is preempted by...more

Energy Newsletter - May 2017

by King & Spalding on

Taking the Long View - How Appropriate Foresight Supports the Development and Execution of Large-Cap Construction Projects - Introduction - The arduous, start-to-finish process of developing and constructing a...more

Wisconsin Supreme Court Clarifies Required Assessment Methodology for Section 42 Housing

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

Regency West concerned the 2012 and 2013 assessments of a newly constructed 72-unit Section 42 housing development. For 2012 (the first tax year following completion of construction), the city assessed the property at...more

Obligation to Perform Work and Incur Costs Under Construction Contract is a Section 752 Liability

by Miles & Stockbridge P.C. on

In a recently issued Private Letter Ruling (PLR 201608001), the IRS determined that a taxpayer-partnership’s obligation to perform work and incur costs under a long-term construction contract constituted a partnership...more

Indiana Tax Court Nullifies Retroactive Property Tax Assessments for Lack of Proper Notice

by Faegre Baker Daniels on

On May 12, 2015, the Indiana Tax Court ruled on the property tax appeals for two residential parcels owned by Property Development Company Four, LLC (the “Company”), which in 2003 bought two parcels in Grant County upon which...more

Benford’s Law: A Seldom Used Weapon in Forensic Accounting

What is Digit Analysis and Why it Should be of Interest to Construction Attorneys? - Benford’s Law was named after Frank Benford, a General Electric physicist.  Mr. Benford was the first to discover that “leading...more

Policy Observer - September 2014

All Sums or Pro Rata: Did You Get the Coverage You Bought? In recent decades, liabilities stemming from long-term bodily injury or property damage—as from exposure to asbestos or contamination of the environment—have...more

Construction E-Note - December 19, 2013

by Burr & Forman on

In this Issue: - Alabama's New Sales Tax Exemption Procedure for Contractors and Subcontractors Beginning On January 1, 2014 - OSHA Combustible Dust Standard on the Horizon – What Every Industry Should Know -...more

Property Valuation Topics: Fall 2013

by Pullman & Comley, LLC on

In a rather prosaic case involving the measurement of damage to an automobile after an accident, the defendant who caused the accident sought to dismiss the plaintiff’s action because “her car [had] been fully repaired and...more

Construction E-Note - July 11, 2013

by Burr & Forman on

In This Issue: - Ground Control, LLC v. Capsco Industries, Inc., et. al.: Opening the Door to Claims by Unlicensed Contractors in Mississippi - 2013 Alabama Sales and Use Tax Legislation - General Conditions Not...more

FCA affirms the importance of GAAP in computing liability for LCT rejecting the Crown’s economic substance argument

by Dentons on

The Federal Court of Appeal has once again affirmed the importance of Generally Accepted Account Principles (GAAP) in computing liability for the large corporation tax (LCT) applicable prior to 2006 while rejecting the...more

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