The federal Qualified Opportunity Zone (QOZ) program, enacted as part of overall tax reform at the end of 2017, has generated much interest among
New rules effective for partnership taxable years beginning after December 31, 2017 dramatically alter the rights and obligations of partnerships
On May 25, 2018, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit upheld a district court’s decision that Sabine Oil & Gas Corporation could
Family office investment vehicles often are organized as limited partnerships or LLCs treated as partnerships for federal income tax purposes
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit recently opened the door to reviewing one aspect of decisions to institute Inter Partes Review (IPR)
The IRS has issued proposed regulations that implement the “centralized partnership audit regime” recently enacted by Congress. The new regime is a
In Acordia of Ohio, LLC v. Fishel, the Ohio Supreme Court recently held that in a merger non-compete agreements transfer as a matter of law to the successor entity; however, such agreements are only enforceable according to their specific terms.
We've noted before that Ohio will not allow POTWs to be used for the disposal of wastewater.
We've reported several times on the application filed by Laser Northeast Gathering Company, LLC, with the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (see here and here, e.g.). The Times Leader is reporting that Laser is now seeking to withdraw that application: "In a filing dated Thursday, Laser asked the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission for permission to withdraw the application it filed in January 2010.
The new .XXX top-level domain that launches next month allows brand owners to “opt-out” and block their trademarks from being used in an .XXX domain name.