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By Caplin & Drysdale
The IRS has proposed regulations that rescind the requirement to report donor information on the Form 990 for many organizations.
By Olivia N. Marshall
Count One charges the defendants with conspiracy to violate FARA.
By Kevin Maclay, Todd Phillips, Nathaniel R. Miller
This case arises from Tribune's longstanding Chapter 11 bankruptcy that began in 2008
By Matthew Sanderson, Trevor Potter, Bryson Morgan, Olivia N. Marshall
Despite expressing concerns about the measure at the time, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed into law on June 17, 2019 a bill that creates new disclosure requirements for certain groups seeking to influence elections ...
By William Fournier, Sharon Want, Meghan R. Biss, Douglas Varley, William Klimon, Trevor Potter, Bryson Morgan, Matthew Sanderson
Earlier this week, in Bullock v. Internal Revenue Service, a U.S. District Court—at least temporarily--reinstated the donor disclosure requirement that the IRS eliminated for many 501(c) organizations last year.
By Victor Jaramillo, Zhanna Ziering, Mark E. Matthews, Scott D. Michel
The production of Coinbase client information to the IRS is the result of an IRS "John Doe" summons that was served on Coinbase in 2016.
By James Wehner
The case has particular relevance in circumstances in which a cyberattack may have been conducted or sponsored by a foreign government.
By Todd Phillips, Jeanna Koski
The CWNevada LLC court's suggestion that there may be cases where relief is appropriate for debtors that generate income from marijuana-related activities supports this view.
By Jonathan Brenner, Elizabeth Stevens, Amanda M. Leon
U.S. Shareholders of controlled foreign corporations should be aware that proposed regulations issued on June 14, 2019, could significantly alter how the new Global Intangible Low-Taxed Income regime ...
By Megan Wernke, Beth Kaufman
A landmark Supreme Court decision decided last week calls into question the constitutionality of local (District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia) fiduciary income tax regimes.
By Todd Phillips, Kevin Maclay, Nathaniel R. Miller
In a 5-4 decision last week, Justice Thomas joined Justices Ginsburg, Breyer, Sotomayor, and Kagan to hold that two removal statutes, the general removal provision and the removal provision in the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005 ...
By Matthew Sanderson
Pras would therefore have been required to register under FARA within 10 days if he was engaged in FARA-registrable activities and he was not eligible for an exemption.
By Olivia N. Marshall
As a result of the court's ruling, RM Broadcasting will now be required to register under FARA.
By Kevin Maclay, Todd Phillips, Sally J. Sullivan
In 2016, Lamps Plus was the victim of a phishing attack, which resulted in the improper dissemination of employee data.
By Kevin Maclay, Todd Phillips, Sally J. Sullivan
Last month, a federal district court affirmed a bankruptcy court's ruling that an ex-NFL player's potential future recovery from a concussion-related class action settlement agreement was shielded from the reach of creditors ...
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