Shares Tax • Bank Merger • Tax Refund Request • Averaging Provision vs. Combination Provision • Tax Calculation Metho
The cost of litigation can be prohibitive. Between discovery and motion practice it is easy to spend more than the case is worth before even getting close to trial
...Corbett administration would overstep its powers if it awarded the contract without legislative input. Kane said doing so "unlawfully infringes on the...
... Following is a listing of legislative action for the week of Dec. 30, 2013. Members of the General...
...Immigration Lawyers Association in Bogota, Colombia. Klasko gave a legislative update on the EB-5 program, and reviewed documenting lawful sources of...
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has upheld the First Union rule, which provides that when an entity is formed through the combination of a Pennsylvania bank and an out-of-state bank, the out-of-state
Act 13/Pennsylvania Oil & Gas Act • Environmental Rights Amendment • Marcellus Shale • Pennsylvania Constitution Article 1, §2
In two cases this term, the U.S. Supreme Court will decide the extent to which federal courts should defer to the decisions of other tribunals. Its decisions will have a substantial effect on the rol
The state Supreme Court has ruled that while an irrevocable trust can be a living trust under the Realty Transfer Tax Act, a trust that provides for distributions to beneficiaries other than the sett
Businesses that participate in federal and state-funded programs, and receive associated funds from the government, must be extra vigilant in complying with all requirements that apply to these progr
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