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By Sean M. McGuinness, Katie Fillmore
It is fair to say that by now U.S. attorneys should be somewhat familiar with the new General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") requirements. We all have received numerous e-mails from various parties...
By Elizabeth Chance, Mark Dreher, Caroline Eley, Luther Munford, David W. Ohlwein, Diana Comes, Benda Currie Jones, Christopher Morris, Joshua Wiener, Thomas Williams, W. McDonald Plosser
In this issue of Pro Te (Volume 11, No.2), we examine three important topics with practical implications.
By William R. O'Bryan, Jr.
The Tennessee Court of Appeals, in Little Hurricane Properties, LLC v. Ralph Cafaro, Jr., et al., Case No. E2017-01781-COA-R3-CV, outlined, again on August 22, 2018, the risks assumed by a DIY litigant.
By R. Wilson Montjoy II, Alveno Castilla, Ashley Wicks
Recent enactments of both the U.S. Congress and Mississippi Legislature have modified tax laws to encourage development and new investment.
By E. Barney Robinson III
Over twenty years ago, the Supreme Court of the United States adopted the so-called Chevron Deference Doctrine in Chevron U.S.A., Inc. v. Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc., 467 U.S. 837, 843 (1984).
By William R. O'Bryan, Jr.
Old dogs can learn new tricks and maturing lawyers can learn something new in the law.
By Alveno Castilla
On Dec. 22, 2017, the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the "Act"), was signed into law, putting in place the most comprehensive set of changes to the Internal Revenue Code since 1986.
By David Johnson
As set forth in this link, I've previously written about the circumstances in which taking preparatory measures to compete crosses the line so as to become unlawful.
By Todd Photopulos, David Johnson
Tennessee's workers' compensation statute allows injured workers to recoup benefits regardless of whether they are lawfully employed.
By Terrence M. McKelvey
In Beasley v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., 2018 WL 3478882 (6th Cir. July 19, 2018), the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
By Ivan Lu
Taxpayers only have five more days to submit the OVDP preclearance letter.
By John Shoemaker, Ivan Lu
The CRS, following along the precedent set by the FATCA, creates the concept of "accountholders" in structures such as trusts, foundations, companies and partnerships when those entities are "managed by"...
By Jason G. Yarbro, Robert M. Holland, Jr., Christopher J. Tutor, John C. Taylor, Jr.
Real estate law requires not only an understanding of buying and selling real estate, closing processes, real estate title, leasing and finance, but also experience in a variety of other areas that are important...
By William R. O'Bryan, Jr.
Question: Can a 50% shareholder pierce her own corporation's veil to impose liability upon the only other shareholder for an unsatisfied judgment in her favor against their corporation?
By Matthew Grenfell, Robert Hutchison
The Mississippi section of this year's Chambers USA Regional Real Estate Guide was contributed by Butler Snow LLP
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