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By Rachel B. Weil
Yeah, we know. But you should have seen the EYDDM's smile.
By Shail P. Shah, Mike Shaikh
The California Office of Tax Appeals (OTA) was formed quickly last year as a result of legislation that overhauled many aspects of tax administration in the state.
By Debra McCurdy
CMS has released the inflation-adjusted de minimis Open Payments/Physician Payments Sunshine Act reporting thresholds for 2019.
By James Beck
Over 11 years ago the blog published a post called "Anatomy of a Mass Tort," which endeavored to explain the life cycle of this type of litigation.
By John Lukanski, Divonne Smoyer
Earlier this week, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced that the New Jersey Bureau of Securities would start rulemaking to "impose a fiduciary duty on all New Jersey investment professionals.
By Eric Alexander
Just two weeks ago, we largely praised an MDL court's handling of sanctions for a plaintiff's stonewalling in response to discovery obligations, but thought the plaintiff ...
By Stephen J. McConnell
We'll get to today's case in a moment, but first, a few words about SCOTUS and expiration dates.
By Brett Hillis, Alexander Murawa
MLD5 provides the first EU definition of virtual currency.
By Michael Lowell, Paula Salamoun
The Foreign Investment Risk Review and Modernization Act of 2018 (FIRRMA) became law on August 13, 2018.
By James Beck
Although they have nothing to do with the Affordable Care Act, health-care-related so-called "death panels" do exist.
By Betty Graumlich, Noah S. Oberlander
The Board's rulemaking announcement marks the most recent chapter in a flurry of changes to the joint-employer standard.
By David P. Dorner, Jeremy Gove
On September 11, 2018, the Illinois Department of Revenue proposed emergency regulations to implement Illinois's remote seller law.
By Rachel B. Weil
We have always had a soft spot for zebras.
By Michael H. Sampson
In other words, the tenants were not authorized by the state to grow marijuana.
By David Gutowski, Matthew Setzer
In its ruling this week concerning Xpedite Systems, Inc. v. Director, Division of Taxation, the Tax Court of New Jersey addressed how receipts from information services are sourced for corporation business tax purposes.
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