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Court Weighs in on Deadline for Filing FTC Refund Claims

On September 19, 2014, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims issued its opinion in Albemarle Corp. v. United States, No. 12-184T, holding that it lacked jurisdiction over the taxpayer’s claim for refunds based on foreign tax...more

Taxable In Canada? Not A Black And White Situation

In Black v. The Queen (2014 TCC 12), Lord Conrad Black argued that he was not subject to tax in Canada on certain income and taxable benefits. Both Lord Black and the CRA agreed that he was a resident of both Canada and the...more

Did Sergio Garcia Lose in Match Play with the IRS?

One of the most recognizable names in professional golf—although not the most winning name, having never won a major golf tournament—is Sergio Garcia. He is especially known for his tree shots, the latest of which was a...more

Foreign Taxpayers Can Benefit Despite Proposed Regulations

Proposed regulations on swap payments sound like bad news for foreign taxpayers who have used them to avoid paying U.S. withholding taxes. But there are ways to structure a swap and still take advantage of the favorable tax...more

New ITIN Procedures Complicate U.S. Tax Compliance

On June 22, 2012, the IRS announced interim changes, including more stringent requirements, to its procedures for issuing new individual taxpayer identification numbers (ITINs). ITINs are nine-digit numbers issued for tax...more

Tax Considerations for Employment Lawyers

Okay, let’s admit it—plenty of us had absolutely no interest whatsoever in becoming tax specialists when we started law school. And so here we are, all these years later, serving as employment counsel to our corporate...more

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