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Legislation Revives and Permanently Extends 100% Gain Exclusion for Certain Sales of (C Corporation) Qualified Small Business Stock

For years now, conventional wisdom has been that, wherever possible, businesses should seek to operate as flow through entities (S corporations or partnerships) for income tax purposes. One rationale for this viewpoint has been,…more

Business Taxes, C-Corporation, Corporate Taxes, Pass-Through Entities, Qualified Small Business Stock

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How to Make Sure You Don't Lose Your Charitable Contribution Deduction

In order for a U.S. taxpayer to deduct contributions to charity on his or her federal income tax return (Form 1040), the taxpayer must comply with very specific rules set forth in the Internal Revenue Code (the “Code”) which are…more

Charitable Deductions, Charitable Donations, Charitable Organizations, Income Taxes, IRS

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The Affordable Care Act's Reporting Requirements

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) commonly known as “Obamacare” created new reporting obligations in 2015 requiring most employers to report certain information to the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) about…more

Affordable Care Act, Applicable Large Employers (ALE), Employer Mandates, Individual Mandate, IRS

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What Employers Need to Know About "Ban the Box"

“Ban the Box” or “Fair-Chance Hiring” describes a recent movement that advocates removing the check box appearing on many job applications asking applicants whether they have criminal histories. Ban-the-box advocates say that…more

Background Checks, Ban the Box, Conditional Job Offers, Criminal Background Checks, EEOC

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What Employers Need to Know About "Ban the Box"

“Ban the Box” or “Fair-Chance Hiring” describes a recent movement that advocates removing the check box appearing on many job applications asking applicants whether they have criminal histories. Ban-the-box advocates say that…more

Background Checks, Ban the Box, Conditional Job Offers, Criminal Background Checks, EEOC

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Don't Be Fooled: There is No Obligation to File an Annual Minutes Requirement State

Many of our corporate clients have received a letter or email from Compliance Services, containing an Annual Minutes Requirement Statement. The letter or email requests that the Statement be completed and returned with a filing…more

Annual Filings, Corporate Minutes, Scams

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What Employers Need to Know About "Ban the Box"

“Ban the Box” or “Fair-Chance Hiring” describes a recent movement that advocates removing the check box appearing on many job applications asking applicants whether they have criminal histories. Ban-the-box advocates say that…more

Background Checks, Ban the Box, Conditional Job Offers, Criminal Background Checks, EEOC

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Number One Priority – Understanding Changes that Impact Securing and Maintaining Priority as a Secured Creditor (Recent Amendments to Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code)

Florida joined with a majority of states in adopting the 2010 changes to Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code (Ch. 679, Fla. Stat.), which governs security interests in personal property. Consistent with the targeted uniform…more

Article 9, Creditors, Filing Requirements, Financing, UCC

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New Federal Trade Secret Act: What Businesses Need To Know

Trade secrets are the oldest form of intellectual property and, unlike patents, trademarks and copyrights, the value of a trade secret arises from others not knowing the secret. Companies such as Coca-Cola, WD-40, Heinz 57, and…more

Asset Seizure, Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA), Ex Parte, Intellectual Property Protection, Misappropriation

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What Employers Need to Know About "Ban the Box"

“Ban the Box” or “Fair-Chance Hiring” describes a recent movement that advocates removing the check box appearing on many job applications asking applicants whether they have criminal histories. Ban-the-box advocates say that…more

Background Checks, Ban the Box, Conditional Job Offers, Criminal Background Checks, EEOC

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General Solicitation under Rule 506(b) after Citizen VC: Part 2

Should it Matter Who Makes the Solicitation? - Before Citizen VC, the pre-existing business relationship pathways of permissible general solicitation, despite the obvious benefits and advantages, were not widely traveled by…more

Broker-Dealer, C&DIs, Corporate Issuers, General Solicitation, Investors

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How to Make Sure You Don't Lose Your Charitable Contribution Deduction

In order for a U.S. taxpayer to deduct contributions to charity on his or her federal income tax return (Form 1040), the taxpayer must comply with very specific rules set forth in the Internal Revenue Code (the “Code”) which are…more

Charitable Deductions, Charitable Donations, Charitable Organizations, Income Taxes, IRS

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Protesting Classified Acquisitions

Even if an acquisition limits competition under one of the exceptions in Federal Acquisition Regulation 6.302, interested parties can still protest. One example of this is when interested parties protest classified acquisitions…more

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What Employers Need to Know About "Ban the Box"

“Ban the Box” or “Fair-Chance Hiring” describes a recent movement that advocates removing the check box appearing on many job applications asking applicants whether they have criminal histories. Ban-the-box advocates say that…more

Background Checks, Ban the Box, Conditional Job Offers, Criminal Background Checks, EEOC

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The Top Ten Points To Watch For In Commercial Real Estate Contracts Point #4 - “What’s the Purchase Price and How Is It Paid?”

Almost as important as “when do we close?” in a commercial real estate transaction is the question “how much will I be paid and how?” Answering that question requires that the purchase price and terms of payment be clear…more

Closing Documents, Commercial Real Estate Market, Mortgages, Real Estate Market

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The Florida Revised Limited Liability Company Act Action may be required by Florida LLCs by December 31, 2014

In 2013, the Florida Legislature adopted the Revised Florida Limited Liability Act. The Revised LLC Act restates the Florida laws governing LLCs in an entirely new Chapter 605, which succeeds the prior LLC Act found in Chapter…more

Amended Legislation, Appraisal Clauses, Conversion, Derivative Suit, Limited Liability Companies

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Are You Still Partying Like It’s 1999?

Most of us prefer to do those things that are fun and tend to procrastinate as to things that are the more mundane and that are not so interesting or exciting. Does that describe you?…more

Estate Planning, Intestate Succession, Prince, Probate, Trusts

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Appellate Briefs - February 2013: Dealing with a Difficult Judge

Dealing with a Difficult Judge - I find it difficult to believe that February has come roaring in, but here we are in the month of hearts and flowers. According to Wikipedia, Saint Valentine has been associated “with a…more

Judges

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Protesting Classified Acquisitions

Even if an acquisition limits competition under one of the exceptions in Federal Acquisition Regulation 6.302, interested parties can still protest. One example of this is when interested parties protest classified acquisitions…more

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Areas of Practice
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
  • Antitrust & Trade Regulation
  • Appellate Practice
  • Bankruptcy
  • Business Organizations
  • Commercial Law & Contracts
  • Communications & Media Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Family Law
  • Finance & Banking
  • Government
  • Health
  • Insurance
  • Intellectual Property
  • Labor & Employment Law
  • Litigation
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Personal Injury
  • Real Estate
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