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By Joseph Brothers
In 2015, Congress for the first time empowered the US State Department to deny or revoke passports to US citizens with ‘seriously delinquent' tax debts owing to the I
By Stephen Nerland, SoYoung Wang
Non-charitable private foundations have long been used in civil law jurisdictions as an alternative to the common law ‘trust' to hold wealth for the benefit of a family.
By Katy Mitchell
Are your children US citizens? If you've not ordered a giant turkey for your family this November and have never made your children a PB&J sandwich you might not think they are, but Uncle Sam (and therefore the IRS) may not agree.
By Paul Brecknell
Despite fears of a reduction in occupier demand as a result of Brexit, the latest figures show the opposite.
By Diana Wierbicki
Emerging technologies such as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies have been changing the landscape of the art market recently.
By Harvey Knight, Meriel Schindler
Whilst Sir Philip Green has described the use of parliamentary privilege to reveal allegations of sexual harassment against him as his "worst week", he may reflect that he is fortunate not to be regulated by the FCA.
By Daniel Tang
This is expected to solve the long-standing problems for these operators to open bank accounts for general banking transactions in Hong Kong.
By Michael Rueda
McDonald's Germany will not renew it partnership with the German Football Association (DFB), which is German's governing body for soccer.
By Michael Rueda
On Monday November 5, 2018 the US Olympic Committee (USOC) took the initial steps to decertify USA Gymnastics (USAG) as the governing body for the sport at the Olympic level.
By Kimberly Almazan
Victims of art theft, beware. If you think you know who stole your painting- even if you don't know it's whereabouts- don't wait to file your lawsuit.
By Margaret Robertson
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By Oliver Guest
Nobody enters a marriage thinking it will end, but recent figures from the Office of National Statistics show that 42% of marriages now end in divorce.
By Paul Brecknell
At the time of the 2016 referendum, opinion was as sharply divided on the impact of Brexit on the property investment market as it was on the merits of Britain checking out of the Hotel Bruxelles.
By Dean Nicyper
The New York-based dealer Mary Boone plead guilty to two counts of tax fraud after falsifying 2011 returns to hide her use of $1.6m in gallery profits to upgrade her Manhattan home
By Michael Rueda
On October 25, 2018, Bill Bowlen, the brother of the Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen filed a court motion to remove trustees Joe Ellis, Rich Slivka, and Mary Kelly who have served as agents of Pat Bowlen and his power...
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