The state Superior Court has ruled that Norristown, Pa.-based High Swartz may owe back some, but not all, of the nearly $109,000 in attorney fees it billed over and above the $75,000 flat fee agreeme
...employees in 2006-09 but failing to pay those funds to the IRS. According to the U.S. Attorney's Office, Gottesman once...
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
As an intellectual property attorney, the federal jurisdiction of patent-related cases always seemed clear to me. 28 U.S.C. 1338 provides that: "The district courts shall have original jurisdiction o
...are relatively straightforward. With respect to taxable years 2001 and 2002, the IRS disallowed about $10.1 million of the taxpayer's allocable share of...
...34;operated exclusively for the promotion of social welfare." The corresponding IRS regulation provides that an organization is operated exclusively for the promotion of...
Beginning in 2014, many employers will be required to expand their current health insurance coverage to more employees or face stiff penalties resulting from the Patient Protection and Affordable Car
...attractive and feasible strategy, even if those who owe money to the IRS previously failed to qualify. The refreshing feature is that the program has...
The adage says that "some things get better with age," but apparently marriage is not always one of them. Unfortunately, the divorce rate for older couples is increasing. A recent study by Susan L. B
A year after The American Lawyer exposed the daunting?and, in many cases, underfunded?pension obligations facing a host of Am Law firms, legal industry retirement plans were back in the spotlight Tue
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
...coincidentally, two of these have been targeted for legislative change by the IRS and Treasury Department. Taxpayers' ability to use them could expire as soon...
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