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Transfer of Assets

Proving That a Transfer Was Not Made in Order to Qualify for Medicaid

Medicaid law imposes a penalty period if you transferred assets within five years of applying, but what if the transfers had nothing to do with Medicaid? It is difficult to do, but if you can prove you made the transfers for...more

China Tightens Scrutiny Over the Transfer of Intellectual Property Rights to Foreign Parties

by WilmerHale on

The Measures on the Transfer of Intellectual Property Rights to Foreign Parties (Pilot) (“Measures,” click here for the Chinese-language text) (dated March 18 and published March 29, 2018, with immediate effect) tighten...more

Estate Planning Pitfall - You haven’t transferred ownership of a life insurance policy to a trust

After recent tax legislation, including the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, few tax shelters are left standing. One key exception is life insurance. This brief article details that, if certain requirements are met, the buildup of...more

Insight on Estate Planning - April/May 2018

In This Issue: - Estate planning for your business: Use an ESOP to properly address your closely held company - Are your assets protected from creditors? - Preparing a parent for a nursing home - ESTATE PLANNING...more

FRANCHISEE 101: To First Refuse, or Not to Refuse

by Lewitt Hackman on

A franchisee looking to transfer assets of a franchised business may be subject to the franchisor's right of first refusal, the franchisor's option to purchase the business, or both, depending on the language of a franchise...more

The Cash-Out Merger Solution to the Problem Minority Owner

by Farrell Fritz, P.C. on

How can majority business owners legally rid themselves of a problematic minority owner? Not by transferring the business’s assets to another entity for no consideration. ...more

Puerto Rico Supreme Court Sets Standard to Apply the Successor Liability Doctrine

by Littler on

The Puerto Rico Supreme Court (“PRSC”) recently issued an Opinion in the case of Roldán Flores v. M. Cuebas, 2018 TSPR 18, 199 D.P.R. __ (Feb. 6, 2018), in which it addressed again the requirements for applying the “successor...more

Second Circuit Rejects Manifest Disregard Of Law As A Basis For Vacating An Arbitration Award

by Carlton Fields on

A panel of the Second Circuit has, in an unpublished summary order, emphasized the high bar that must be cleared by a party seeking to vacate an arbitration award. The matter arose from the decision of a financial advisor...more

M&As – Novation and Recertification

by Williams Mullen on

In this podcast, we’ll address the who, what, when and why of obtaining government consent in the world of mergers and acquisitions....more

Tenga cuidado con las Ventas o Transferencias del 10% de la Propiedad en una Corporación Extranjera

by Foodman CPAs & Advisors on

La "Ley de reducción de impuestos y empleos" (la "Ley") contiene una provisión que es una "acompañante hermana" de la Deducción por Dividendos Recibidos (DRD) que implica ventas o transferencias que envuelven un 10% de la ...more

Beware of Sales or Transfers of 10% ownership in a Foreign Corporation

by Foodman CPAs & Advisors on

The “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” (the “Act”) contains a provision that is a “sister companion” to the Deduction for Dividends Received (DRD) that involves sales or transfers that involve specified 10% ownership in foreign...more

Transfer Tax Considerations Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

by Holland & Knight LLP on

• The U.S. House of Representatives and Senate ushered H.R. 1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the Act), through conference committee, and President Donald Trump signed the Act into law on Dec. 22, 2017. • Most of the Act's...more

Emergency Succession: Lessons from Nick Saban and Dabo Sweeney

I was recently discussing emergency succession planning with my friend John Howe, CEO of American Pipe and Supply. Okay, actually we were talking about football over a couple of beers. John is a Clemson grad and a big fan of...more

Warning To Creditors: The Clock Is Ticking

In a case of first impression, the North Carolina Court of Appeals recently held that a creditor’s fraudulent conveyance claim was time-barred, even though the creditor did not know about the fraudulent nature of the...more

Thinking of Selling? Start Early, Build Your Team

by Murtha Cullina on

As 2018 looks to be a favorable M&A environment, many business owners may come to the conclusion that it is time to sell the family business. While it is true that some businesses sell as a result of an offer that comes “out...more

Three Reasons Why Giving Your House to Your Children Isn't the Best Way to Protect It From Medicaid

You may be afraid of losing your home if you have to enter a nursing home and apply for Medicaid. While this fear is well-founded, transferring the home to your children is usually not the best way to protect it....more

Addressing intellectual property requires careful estate planning

Intellectual property (IP), such as copyrights and patents, can hold enormous value. Whether IP rights are a significant source of wealth or only a small fraction of an estate, it’s critical that it be properly addressed in...more

2018 Inflation Adjustments to Transfer Tax Items

by Charles (Chuck) Rubin on

The IRS released its 2018 tax adjustments - the following table summarizes the transfer tax adjustments. Note that some of these adjustments will become moot if the changes in the House and Senate versions of the pending tax...more

Transitions in the Family Business, Part I: Caring for the Goose

Last week, Bradley’s Family Business Advocates team co-hosted Transitions in the Family Business: A Conversation with Family Business Owners and Leaders with Warren Averett. ...more

The (Even More) Elusive Surcharge in Dissolution Proceedings

by Farrell Fritz, P.C. on

A year ago I wrote a piece called The Elusive Surcharge in Dissolution Proceedings highlighting the rare appearance in the case law of the surcharge provision found in Section 1104-a (d) of the Business Corporation Law. ...more

Small Businesses: Keep the Corporate Transparency Act on Your Radar

by Barley Snyder on

If the federal legislature passes a controversial new proposal, more information will be required when forming or transferring ownership of certain business entities....more

2018 Will Bring Increases to Annual Exclusion, Gift and Estate Tax Exemptions

The IRS has announced that the gift tax annual exclusion will increase from $14,000 to $15,000 in 2018, which will allow donors to give up to $15,000 ($30,000 combined for married couples) per donee each year without...more

Withdrawal of Proposed Tax Regulations Affecting Availability of Valuation Discounts to Family Business Owners

In September and December of last year, we posted blog articles discussing the Treasury Department’s issuance of proposed regulations under Section 2704 of the Internal Revenue Code (sometimes referred to as the 2704 proposed...more

Treasury To Repeal/Revise 8 Burdensome Regs

As previously discussed, the IRS and Treasury identified in July eight Obama era tax regulations that are burdensome on taxpayers. The next step for Treasury was to determine what to do with these regulations, and today we...more

A road map to Life Sciences M&A in Italy

by Hogan Lovells on

U.S.-based life sciences companies considering transactions in Europe may easily become overwhelmed with the complexity of Europe’s various jurisdictions. In this series, members of our European Life Sciences Transactions...more

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