43 State Attorneys General and the District of Columbia announced yesterday a settlement with Neiman Marcus Group LLC resolving the states’
Franchise Fee Deduction Permitted. The Department of Taxation ruled that the taxpayer, an out-of-state partnership, was permitted a deduction for
During its 2009 legislative session, the District of Columbia Council enacted legislation that directed the Council to enact legislation in 2010 requiring unitary combined reporting for D.C. corporate taxpayers
Avenal Power Center, LLC prevailed in its lawsuit (Avenal Power Center, LLC v U.S. EPA, 2010 WL 6743488 (D.D.C.)) against U.S. EPA for its failure to grant or deny a PSD permit application for the construction of a natural gas-fired power plant within the statutorily mandated one-year period.
On May 17, 2011, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the FCC’s order staying the petition of North County Communications for payment of traffic termination charges while North County petitioned the California PUC to set a rate.
In December of 2010 the Council of the District of Columbia approved a major overhaul of the District of Columbia's laws governing the organization of business entities in the nation's capital, the "District of Columbia Official Code Title 29 (Business Organizations) Enactment Act of 2010."
Providing information on over 1,200 subscribers who are alleged to have downloaded and distributed unauthorized copies of a motion picture on a P2P file-sharing network is not an undue burden on an ISP, a district court ruled, also rejecting arguments that the order infringed the subscribers' right to anonymous communication.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit upheld April 29 an Interior Department decision to cancel four oil and gas leases of the California coast and rejected the arguments from Aera Energy LLC and Noble Energy that opposed the cancellation.
William P. White has been selected to be the new Commissioner of the District of Columbia Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking (“DISB”) by Mayor Vincent Gray.
The Federal District Court in D.C. has dismissed a case against Topps Meat Company, LLC brought by Plaintiffs who allegedly consumed E. coli-contaminated ground beef distributed by the company.