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Five Questions You Should Be Asking as Congress Takes on Privacy Legislation

USA - February 6 2019 Over the past few months, the question of “if” Congress should strengthen privacy protections has increasingly become a matter of “when” and what...

Mark Wittow, William A. Kirk, Pamela Garvie.


Section 199A (to Z): Simplifying the Tax Code for small businesses is complicated

USA - August 16 2018 The Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) has released proposed regulations explaining how taxpayers should calculate the Section 199A deduction for...

Karishma Shah Page, Adam J. Tejeda, Eli M. Schooley, Mary Burke Baker.


Another Kind of Tax Cut

USA - May 4 2018 Businesses making payments to governments and governmental entities on or after December 22, 2017 as settlements for violations and investigations or...

Karishma Shah Page, Scott Aliferis, Steven R. Valentine, Nicholas A. Leibham, Lauren M. Flynn, Mary Burke Baker.


Will Taxpayers Be the Victims of the Mnuchin-Mulvaney Duel Over Tax Regulations?

USA - April 23 2018 Secretary Mnuchin and Director Mulvaney have peaceably resolved their differences over the review process of tax regulations. Will greater OMB review...

Karishma Shah Page, Scott Aliferis, Steven R. Valentine, Nicholas A. Leibham, Lauren M. Flynn, Mary Burke Baker.


The Recent Spate of Tax Reform Notices Provides Openings for Taxpayer Input

USA - April 16 2018 The Department of the Treasury (“Treasury”) and the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) are picking up the pace in releasing substantive guidance...

Karishma Shah Page, Scott Aliferis, Steven R. Valentine, Nicholas A. Leibham, Lauren M. Flynn, Mary Burke Baker.