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In-House Revenue Recovery Sources You Should Start Looking at Now

by Kelley Drye & Warren LLP on

As we enter the final stretch of summer, many of us think of enjoying a few days at the beach, spending time with family and friends on vacation, or soaking up some sun on an outdoor patio with a drink in hand....more

How Connected Cars and Autonomous Vehicles Will Change and Shape the Future of How We Move

by Hogan Lovells on

In this hoganlovells.com interview, Hogan Lovells partner Lance Bultena talks about the impact connected cars and autonomous vehicles (AVs) will have on America’s infrastructure and environment; the services associated with...more

Financial Hedges for United States Gas-Fired Power Generation Facilities

Over the past few years, many merchant gas-fired power generation plants operating in the regional transmission organization, PJM Interconnection and in the New York Independent Service Operator (NYISO) areas have been...more

Drafting Contracts under the New Revenue Recognition Standard

The new revenue recognition standards under GAAP (Accounting Standards Update 2014-09; Topic 606) will be applicable to public companies for annual reporting periods beginning after December 15, 2017. While much time and...more

Next Steps for a Revenue Recovery Program: The Power of Communication

by Kelley Drye & Warren LLP on

Following on the heels of my last post where I explored the “who, where and when” steps for starting a revenue recovery program, this post will examine the “what” and “how” aspects of a program. And more specifically, I want...more

Emerging Growth Companies Are “Growing”: SEC Increases Annual Revenue Cap for EGC Status

by Locke Lord LLP on

On March 31, 2017, the SEC adopted amendments to its rules to reflect an inflation-adjusted threshold in the definition of the term “emerging growth company” (an EGC). Currently, an EGC is defined to mean, among other things,...more

JOBS Act Related Technical Amendments

The Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) adopted technical amendments to conform several rules and forms to amendments made to the Securities Act of 1933 (“Securities Act”) and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934...more

Electric Cooperative Receives Favorable Interpretation of Excess Revenue Statute and Class Action Dismissal

by Holland & Knight LLP on

A federal court's interpretation of an excess revenue statute could bring an end to many capital credit lawsuits brought by current and former members of rural electric cooperatives challenging the distribution of patronage...more

Rural Electric Cooperatives Receive Dismissals in Class Action Capital Credit Litigation

by Holland & Knight LLP on

Two recent dismissal orders – filed within days of each other – signal positive news to rural electric cooperatives defending actions brought by former or current members regarding the distribution of patronage capital and...more

Why In-House Counsel Should be Leading the Way for Revenue Recovery

by Kelley Drye & Warren LLP on

My last post was an introduction in ways to change the conversation from in-house legal departments being cost centers to instead, being centers for recovering revenue for their companies. Now, the question may be why you...more

Calaveras County Leads The Way Into Greener Territory

by Archer Norris PLC on

Calaveras County is a beautiful gem tucked away amongst the Giant Sequoia trees in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It sits between the vibrant Mokelumne and Stanislaus rivers, and as a historic part of...more

Florida Court Deals Big Blow to Plaintiffs Challenging Rural Electric Cooperatives - Ruling Involved Patronage Capital Case Filed...

by Holland & Knight LLP on

Since April 2014, seven cases have been filed in Florida against rural electric cooperatives regarding the distribution of patronage capital. In each of these putative class action cases, the plaintiff – a customer and member...more

Thinking of Crowdfunding Your Project? Beware – the Taxman Cometh

The IRS Office of Chief Counsel recently released Information Letter 2016-0036 in response to questions regarding the taxation of crowdfunding revenue. In it the IRS concluded that crowdfunding revenue is taxable to the...more

April 2016 IPO Market Review

by WilmerHale on

The IPO market produced seven IPOs with gross proceeds of $1.22 billion in April, for the best monthly performance of 2016 as the IPO market slowly pulls itself out of the slumber that has persisted since mid-2015....more

8th Circuit Dismisses Sarbanes-Oxley and Dodd-Frank Retaliation Claims

In Beacom v. Oracle America, Inc., the United States Court of Appeals for the Eight Circuit considered retaliation claims under Sarbanes-Oxley and Dodd-Frank. The essence of the matter was a business unit of Oracle...more

Tips for Expanding Your Investor Network from Coast to Coast

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

With a competitive marketplace, new technology companies may find that they need more capital to accelerate their company’s growth. The question becomes how to effectively approach investors outside the company’s geographical...more

Trial Court Dismisses Georgia Patronage Capital Lawsuits

On May 2, a trial court in DeKalb County, Georgia, dismissed two class action patronage capital lawsuits filed against Oglethorpe Power Corporation, Georgia Transmission Corporation (GTC) and certain distribution electric...more

NC Legislative Update - April 2016

by Nexsen Pruet, PLLC on

Last Week - The 2016 “Short Session” of the North Carolina General Assembly, which reconvened on Monday, April 25th, began with rallies both in opposition and in favor of the Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act,...more

How to Build a Startup, Chicago-Style

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

Building a startup in Chicago differs from building one in Silicon Valley. Chicago investors, both individuals and committed venture funds, tend to be more reserved and practical, whereas coastal venture investors are more...more

Court of Appeal Turns a Careful Eye Toward Challenges to California’s Cap-and-Trade Auction System

by Reed Smith on

A California Court of Appeal signaled it is moving closer to making what could be a far-reaching decision in the consolidated cases of California Chamber of Commerce v. California Air Resources Board (Case No. C075930) and...more

New York Legislative Session Update

by Dentons on

As we move into mid-March, the New York state legislature is now fully entrenched in New York's budget season, which will culminate in a final budget agreement on April 1. In late February, the Assembly and Senate released...more

Law Firm Hit by IRS After Paying out All Earnings as Deductible Compensation to Shareholders

by Charles (Chuck) Rubin on

A Chicago law firm operating as a corporation regularly zeroed out its taxable income by making year-end bonuses to its shareholders and deducting such payments as compensation. The IRS attacked the reasonableness of the...more

Data Analytics Week – Part V: Bribes on the Other Side of the Ledger and Best Practices Going Forward

by Thomas Fox on

I end my review of the types of data analysis that can be used to help detect or prevent bribery through the case studies from Joe Oringel, co-founder and Managing Director of Visual Risk IQ, a firm that helps audit and...more

Securities and Exchange Commission Sets Schedule for Rulemaking on Revenue Transparency

On October 2, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) filed a schedule with the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts providing details as to when the agency will seek to issue a final rule on revenue...more

New Report on Renewable Energy as an Airport Revenue Source

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

The Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) has recently published a guidebook on Renewable Energy as an Airport Revenue Source. The link to the guidebook on the ACRP website is here. Foley partner David Bannard is a...more

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