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By Andrew MacLeod
The tax code includes a number of provisions that benefit small businesses and small business owners. One of these provisions is contained in Section 1202 which provides for an exclusion of up to 100%
By Kristyn Recchia
The holidays are right around the corner and often can be a very difficult and emotional time if you are going through a divorce or separation, especially if you have children
By Frank G. Long
Dickinson Wright PLLC is pleased to announce that The IP Lawyers have selected Attorney Frank G. Long as a "Recommended Adviser" in Arizona for 2020
By Jeremy Belanger
On October 9, 2019, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services ("HHS") released newly proposed modifications to the safe harbor provisions for the Federal Anti-Kickback Statute. Among other...
By Eric Gregory
The Department of Labor ("DOL") has proposed a new safe harbor to allow employers to furnish information to participants and beneficiaries subject to ERISA.
By Alex Zucco
Preparing an estate plan can be a lot of work, both for the planner but especially for the client.
By Sloane Carlough, Charles Spies
The scrutiny of Craig started when federal investigators began investigating Paul Manafort for his work on behalf of a pro-Russian political party in Ukraine.
By Rasika Kulkarni
The United States also said that India gives prohibited subsidies to producers of steel products, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, information technology products, textiles, and apparel.
By Jacob S. Frenkel
Jacob Frenkel (Member, Washington, D.C.) recently spoke with Financial Planning for an article titled "Is the SEC up to its $84-trillion RIA challenge?"
By Julie Rhoades
Last week, a tax court decided that California cannabis company Harborside Inc. owes approximately $11 million in income tax payments after a ruling last year that Code Section 280E
By Lynn Sirich
Judges are elected or appointed officials serving the citizens of our communities. The majority of our judges are intelligent, empathic, possess a vast knowledge of the law and are experienced and ...
By Brian Radnoff
Brian Radnoff (Partner, Toronto) recently spoke with Advocate Daily for an article titled "Anti-SLAPP legislation shouldn't be used in defamation case
By Angelina Irvine
In September 2014, four reality TV participants on the show Texas Car Wars sued the network Megalomedia for violating the Fair Labor Standards Act alleging that Megalomedia did not pay them in full for their time on the show.
By Les Raatz
The act significantly changes itemized deduction planning, making it very simple for some and more daunting for others. Most know the overall rules by now.
By Jeremy J. Schirra
The federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 allowed states to designate zones that meet certain criteria as "opportunity zones."
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