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Cybersecurity: What is on the horizon for 2016

JD Supra recently published an attorney perspective piece on defining cybersecurity issues for 2016. It should come as no surprise that resolution of insurance coverage issues made the list. Despite a plethora of data breach…more
| Antitrust & Trade Regulation, Constitutional Law, Consumer Protection, Privacy, Science, Computers, & Technology

Data Breach Class Action Against Michael Stores Doesn’t Stick

The arts and crafts retail chain Michael Stores Inc. (“Michaels”) received a late holiday gift in the form of a dismissal of a data breach class action lawsuit. On December 28, 2015, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern…more
| Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Consumer Protection, Privacy, Science, Computers, & Technology

Real Estate Developers Pay Attention: Preserving Capital Gains Revisited by Tax Court

In Fargo v. Commissioner, TC Memo. 2015-96, the Tax Court reminded taxpayers and practitioners alike that a single sale can result in dealer treatment and, perhaps even more importantly, that: the taxpayer bears the burden of…more
| Finance & Banking, Real Estate - Residential, Taxation

What do we need to know to comply with the new proposed Section 2801 regulations?

Section 2801 imposes a tax on covered gifts and covered bequests received by U.S. citizens or residents from a covered expatriate. Section 2801 also applies to domestic trusts and foreign trusts electing to be treated as…more
| Finance & Banking, International Law & Trade, Taxation

IRS Only Sending Estate Tax Closing Letters on Request

Open the estate, marshal the decedent’s assets, file the estate tax return, pay estate taxes and debts, receive the estate tax closing letter from the IRS, and distribute the remaining assets. While overly simplistic, this…more
| Finance & Banking, Taxation, Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning

Ohio Court Gives Effect to a Different Kind of Reservation of Rights Letter

The importance of the ordinary reservation of rights letter – “we will defend you, but that doesn’t mean we’re going to pay a judgment” — is well known. A different kind of reservation of rights letter – “We will defend you…more
| Civil Procedure, Commercial Law & Contracts, Insurance

The Question Remains Unanswered: Tennessee Supreme Court Rules that Ripeness Doctrine Precludes a Decision on the Constitutionality of Tort Reform Until After a Jury Verdict is Rendered

Commonly known as “Tort Reform,” the Tennessee Civil Justice Act of 2011 (the Act”), Tenn. Code Ann. 29-39-101 et seq., limits the amount an injured plaintiff may recover for non-economic damages to a cap of $750,000 (except in…more
| Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Personal Injury

Rye In Action: Tennessee’s New Summary-Judgment Standard is Here to Stay and Already Changing the Status Quo

Tennessee’s recent return to the federal summary-judgment standard has been the subject of two prior posts by Butler Snow lawyers (here and here). Just before Christmas, the Tennessee Court of Appeals put the new standard to…more
| Civil Procedure

SEC Adopts Pay Ratio Disclosure Rule

The SEC adopted a final rule in August of 2015 requiring companies to disclose the ratio of their CEOs’ compensation to that of the median compensation of their employees, which includes part-time, temporary and foreign…more
| Business Organizations, Finance & Banking, Labor & Employment Law, Securities Law

FTC Loses Data Security Case

On November 13, 2015, an administrative law judge dismissed the FTC’s enforcement action against LabMD for its data security breach in 2008. This appears to be the first dismissal of a FTC data security enforcement action…more
| Privacy, Science, Computers, & Technology

Way, Way Back: Retroactivity in the Proposed 2801 Regulations

Individuals who relinquished U.S. citizenship since 2008 may find themselves with U.S. tax exposure for gifts they made before they expatriated under proposed regulations announced by the IRS. Under the current expatriation tax…more
| Business Organizations, Taxation, Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning

Can I Print a Retraction: A Cautionary Tale of the Lingering Pitfalls of Memoranda and Email Correspondence

On December 3, 2015, a jury empaneled in the United States District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia convicted Donald L. Blankenship of conspiracy to violate federal safety standards, and although he will serve a…more
| Criminal Law, Energy & Utilities, Labor & Employment Law

Speculation Continues Regarding Potential Proposed §2704 Regulations

The general consensus among attorneys and accountants had been that the Treasury hoped to issue new proposed regulations under Section 2704(b) prior to this fall’s tax section meeting of the ABA, which was September 17 through…more
| Business Organizations, Taxation, Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning

Pro Te: Solutio Vol. 8 No. 3

Dear Client - Coming to a court near you (and soon): In our first article, “The 2015 Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: What You Need to Know,” we highlight upcoming changes that will impact discovery…more
| Civil Procedure

When Wikileaks Works: Comparing the Leaked Draft of the IP Section of the TPP to the Official USTR Text and the Consequences to Termination Rights in “Phonograms”

With the recent official release by the U.S. Trade Representative of the long-awaited full text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal, the American public was finally able, if willing, to delve into its over 6,000 pages to see…more
| Intellectual Property, International Law & Trade
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