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Tour Fee Can Vary Again in Georgia

The Georgia Department of Revenue released a proposed rule Monday that would allow breweries in Georgia to charge different fees for admission on tours based on the amount of free tastings and the free souvenir. This...more

Brooklyn Heights homes will close their doors to tours: another victim of the modern world

For over 31 years, the Brooklyn Heights Association (the Association) has offered tours of private residence brownstones, allowing the curious passerby the opportunity to see what’s beyond those stoops. However, after over...more

Lo que Cuba quiere de los inversores

Los inversores estadounidenses han conseguido llegar a Cuba. A comienzos de Febrero, el Departamento del Tesoro de EE. UU. aprobó la primera inversión estadounidense de importancia en Cuba desde 1959: la fábrica de tractores...more

The Law Macron: Work on Sundays and in Evenings

The new changes are not drastically different from current law but manage to a make a complex system even more complex. After months of tense discussions in the French Parliament, the Law for the Growth, the Activity,...more

La Loi Macron est entrée en vigueur: beaucoup de bruit pour pas grand-chose?

Cette loi apporte des ajustements mais pas de bouleversements dans plusieurs pans du droit social français. Après des mois de discussions ardues, la Loi pour la croissance, l'activité et l'égalité des chances économiques...more

Without Prejudice - Vol 15 No 7, August 2015

According to the Preservation and Development of Agricultural Land Framework Bill of 2014, “agricultural land is the common heritage of all the peo-ple of South Africa and the Department of Agriculture, Forestry, and...more

Asheville, North Carolina Looks At Short-Term Rentals and Zoning, Fees

Thanks to the internet, is this a golden age of direct-to-consumer, everyday necessities like living quarters -- think AirBnB or Couchsurfing -- to transportation -- think Uber and Lyft? Is laundry next? What about eating? ...more

Invest A Little To Make A Lot More: Why Indiana Should Create An Event Incentive Fund To Leverage State Taxes

In addition to looking at taxes to cut, let’s look at ways to invest a little to make a lot more. For starters, consider visitor spending where more than 26 million people who visit Indy every year generate more than $256...more

Appellate Court Notes

SC18819 - Single Source, Inc. v. Central Regional Tourism District, Inc. - As a precursor to the July 4th holiday and the resultant influx of tourists to Connecticut's attractions, the Connecticut Supreme Court through...more

DHS Announces Chile’s Admission into the Visa Waiver Program

On February 28, 2014, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced that Chile became the latest country to be eligible to participate in the Visa Waiver Program (VWP). Although originally scheduled for May 1, Vice...more

Doing Business in Latin America and the Caribbean: Honduras

Honduras, in the north-central part of Central America, has a Caribbean as well as a Pacific coastline. Generally mountainous, fertile plateaus, river valleys and narrow coastal plains mark the country. With 112,090 square...more

From Second and State: Session Preview May 5-7, 2014

The House and Senate will be in session Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, May 5-7. They will then break after Wednesday’s session until after the Primary Election on May 20, returning on June 2. This session week will be the...more

Doing Business in Latin America and The Caribbean: Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic offers outstanding advantages to foreign and national investors. The significant incentives and facilities offered by the Dominican State complement the many inherent factors that make this Caribbean...more

Miami Proactively Seeking Medical Tourism

Though the multi-billion dollar medical tourism industry is dominated by Asia, it is on the rise in the United States, with many wealthy international patients eyeing the U.S.’s innovative treatments in areas such as...more

GMCC Economic Outlook Conference

I recently attended the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 South Florida Economic Summit, featuring Governor Rick Scott as one of the guest speakers. In Gov. Scott’s remarks, he spoke of the need to create additional...more

Miami Hotel Outlook For 2014

Attracting International Travelers - The economic outlook for the Miami hotel market continues to be positive for 2014. Many expect strong demand and continued growth in the hospitality sector due to increasing numbers...more

Oregon Court Limits Agri-tourism at Farm Stands

A land use decision by the Oregon Court of Appeals could impact farm marketing activities across the state, imposing new permitting requirements and forcing changes to business operations. The case, Greenfield v....more

New Miami In The News: Weekly Recap

New Miami continues to attract national and international attention, and this past week was no exception. Venezuelans eclipse Brazilians as the largest group of foreign prospective land buyers, Caribbean wholesalers shop in...more

Hotel Transactions In Miami Still Simmering

As Suzanne Amaducci-Adams wrote in a previous blog post, the average daily occupancy rate, average daily room rate (ADR) and revenue per available room (RevPAR) numbers for Miami each had a significant increase for the first...more

New Miami In The News: Weekly Recap

This week in New Miami news, New York Film Academy is set to open a Miami Beach campus, Miami issued an RFP to build and operate a new film and TV studio, and Governor Rick Scott would like to increase the number of annual...more

How Immigration Reform Can Attract Increased Tourism Revenue

The U.S. immigration system often is not conducive to short visits for tourism, making the U.S. a less than attractive vacation destination for international travelers. The State Department, which administers the processes...more

Florida Supreme Court Rules International Sex Case Will be Tried in the United States

The Florida Supreme Court ruled on June 21, 2013, that an international sexual assault case will be tried in the United States, rather than Mexico. Overturning a Third District Court of Appeal decision, the state's highest...more

South Carolina Film - More For Your Movie

In This Presentation: - Types of tax incentives - SC Incentives competitive again - Film Office - Benefits to SC - Local Spending - Tourism - SC Film Office SC PRT Excerpt from Types of tax...more

Loyer or Law-yer: How Do You Say It? [Video]

June 24 (Bloomberg) -- How do you say it: Law-yer or Loyer? 73% of people surveyed in the United States say "loyer," while 22%, mostly in the southeastern states, say "law-yer." Another 5% use both interchangeably. That's...more

Extension of the CBP “Border Zone” to 55 Miles in the State of New Mexico

This rule, effective July 12, 2013, amends Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) regulations to extend the distance that certain nonimmigrant Mexican nationals presenting a Border Crossing Card (“BCC”), or other proper...more

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