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Drawing Lines In The Sand Between More Transparency In Reporting And Privileged Tax Advice
A series of recent events affecting tax advice, tax accounting rules and tax accrual workpapers underscores the conflict between the protections afforded tax advice under the attorney-client privilege and the work-product doctrine, and the ever-increasing scrutiny of tax reserves by the public and tax authorities.
United States
 
18 Jan 2007
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Reed Smith Government Contract Practice Federal Schedule "Check-Up"
While the government is purchasing billions of dollars of supplies and services annually from Federal Supply Schedule ("FSS") contracts, manufacturers and suppliers are paying millions of dollars back to the government in fines and penalties for failing to comply with the contracts’ onerous requirements. With comprehensive compliance processes, contractors can better ensure profitable performance under FSS contracts.
United States
4 May 2005
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Federal Supply Schedule Contracts: Show and Tell
This last article in a series of four articles on Federal Supply Schedule ("FSS") contracts is by no means the least. A contractor may comply in spades with the contract requirements, but if the contractor is unable to prove such compliance in an audit, the contractor may be subject to unwarranted liability. This article provides a broad overview of the audit and record retention requirements of FSS contracts.
United States
26 Apr 2005
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