In a surprising reversal, last week the U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation that would significantly modify the Affordable Care Act. The
President Obama's 2014 administrative actions included directives for changes aimed at providing needed avenues for entrepreneurs and investors
In Reed v. Getco, LLC, the Illinois Court of Appeals was recently faced with an interesting situation: under a contractual non-compete agreement, the
In our previous alerts (16 May 2016 and 25 May 2016), we examined the proposed changes to the Listing Rules which were scheduled to be in place by 1
At the end of last week, pension fund investors had to digest the news of further quantitative easing from the Bank of England (and work out what effect that might have on their liabilities because of the likely pressure on gilt yields).
Earlier this summer we reported to you that the Ohio General Assembly enacted a special use tax amnesty that could substantially reduce potential Ohio use tax liability for companies -- especially companies not registered to self-assess Ohio consumer use tax.
The business and regulatory environment for insurance is constantly changing, and part of our client service involves staying on top of those changes.
If your business is under a consumer use tax audit that includes any period prior to January 1, 2008, you should be aware that the Ohio Department of Taxation has taken the position that a recent change in the law limiting the department’s ability to assess tax due for periods prior to January 1, 2008 does not apply when the taxpayer signed a waiver extending the statute of limitations for that pre-2008 period.
The California legislature is in recess until August 15 at noon (J.R. 51(a)(3)).
One of the starkest, and ongoing, effects of the economic downturn on the property sector has been the creation of a two-tier market.