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By Thomas E. Rutledge
It is something of a truism that the organizational documents we prepare are only relied upon by our clients in times of disagreement and conflict.
By Stephen Sherman, Erica Horn, Timothy Eifler
The Kentucky Claims Commission recently held that tax credits awarded under Section 42 of the Internal Revenue Code ("IRC") must be excluded from the value of a low-income housing tax credit...
By Douglas F. Brent
Last year we predicted (and many defendants hoped) that the Supreme Court's guidance on standing to sue provided in in Spokeo v. Robins ....
By Stephen Sherman, Jennifer Smart, Erica Horn, Timothy Eifler
The Kentucky Supreme Court recently held a portion of the state's Multichannel Video Programming and Communications Services Tax (the "Telecommunications Tax" or "Telecom Tax")...
By Katharine M. Sagan, Thomas E. Rutledge
Just as persons have the capacity to enter into contracts and to have those agreements enforced, they likewise
By Katharine M. Sagan, James D. Allen, Thomas E. Rutledge, Lynn Wangerin, Thomas Williams, Erica Horn, Mary Garris
LOUISVILLE (June 28, 2017)—Legislation passed by Kentucky's 2017 General Assembly permitting the organization of public benefit corporations...
By Douglas F. Brent
The digital age has ushered in a multitude of location mechanisms, triggered by the tap of a fingertip on a communication device.
By Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC
In a May 22, 2017, op-ed piece for The Wall Street Journal, U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Secretary Alexander Acosta confirmed that the DOL Conflict of Interest Rule will go into partial effect...
By Douglas F. Brent
Small, unmanned, amazing quadcopters—often referred to as drones, for reasons that mystify us—captured the attention of children...
By Thomas E. Rutledge, Douglas F. Brent
Earlier this week, the United States Supreme Court issued an opinion in which it rejected Kentucky's hostility to agreements to arbitrate disputes.
By Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC
When a typical business evaluates whether its facilities are in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), it usually considers whether it has provided appropriate physical...
By Stephen Sherman, Erica Horn, Timothy Eifler
If you plan to add employees or invest in property, plant and equipment, do not overlook the opportunity to tap into state and local tax credits and incentives.
By Stephen Sherman
In Estate of Hake v. United States, two executors of their mother's estate filed the estate tax return on the date that their tax attorney advised them it was due.
By Maddie Schueler, Stephen Sherman, Jennifer Smart, Erica Horn, Timothy Eifler
On January 1, 2017, the KDOR issued a special edition of the Kentucky Tax Alert addressing electronic filing of returns.
By Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC
On Friday, February 3, President Donald Trump signed an Executive Order impacting the Department of Labor's (DOL) Conflict of Interest Rule, commonly referred to as the new Fiduciary Rule.
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