... Another high-profile effort to encourage self-reporting—the Internal Revenue Service's voluntary disclosure program for offshore financial accounts—though...
Paul I. Perlman, Cynthia Giganti Ludwig and Melissa N. Subjeck of Hodgson Russ write: It has become common practice for plaintiffs to "manufacture" a sale of an infringing product in their home state
In his Construction Law column, Kenneth M. Block, a member of Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt, informs that while liquidated damages are generally enforceable under New York law, there are
...also big business. Each year, college sports generate billions of dollars in revenues for the NCAA and its member institutions. As with other business organizations...
...could reduce the amount of the deduction, and thus increase their own revenue. The reduced deduction would show up on the monthly SunTrak invoice &mdash...
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