Next-generation manufacturing involves a new wave of knowledge and innovation right here in the U.S., fully supported by the federal government which has committed over $1 billion to advanced U.S. manufacturing in the next three years.
The Internal Revenue Service recently issued Revenue Ruling 2013-14, which concludes that a Fideicomiso or a Mexican Land Trust is not taxed as a "trust" for U.S. income tax purposes.
The German Federal Supreme Court recently rendered two important decisions in the area of internet law.
Private client group partners Rob Shapiro and Cameron Casey were interviewed by Anne McClintock, executive director of Harvard's University Planned Giving office, in a Q&A titled "Experts Reflect on Personal Aspects of Philanthropic and Estate Planning."
InsidePrivacy.com recently published a "survey of data security surveys" that came to troubling conclusions—that data security weaknesses remain incredibly common across industries, despite being easily avoidable.
Does your business provide cloud-based computing services to customers in various states or outside the country?
BerryDunn has issued a comment letter on FASB’s proposal to update the accounting rules for the allowance for loan losses.
The Supreme Court recently issued its long-awaited ruling in Federal Trade Commission v. Actavis, Inc. et. al., No. 12-416 which was centered on the question of whether "reverse payment" settlement agreements unreasonably diminish competition in violation of the antitrust laws.
Michael Sweet was quoted in the Detroit News article "Reduced Pension Payouts, Worker Concessions Tough Sell for Detroit EM."
A discussion on a regulator's round table during a recent National Society of Compliance Professionals meeting, where the regulators framed out those issues that are keeping them up at night.
The Wall Street Journal recently had a very comprehensive article about Tesla's efforts to establish "stores" that sell and deliver its electric vehicles directly to consumers.
Even though the Michael Foundation, like the Saul Foundation, took ample time until February 1, 2013 to prepare its Katz Form 990-PF, such Katz Form 990-PF suffers from a similar scarcity of information as to the Michael Foundation’s involvement with Madoff.
The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously affirmed an arbitrator’s decision to allow class arbitration.
As employers plan for paying various health care reform fees, one question that arises is whether the fees owed are tax deductible.
A discussion on what is the best way to get the other parent to contribute for your child's college, whether there is an agreement that says he should or the agreement says that the issue shall abide the event.
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. must pay $81.6 Million to the United States government after pleading guilty to criminal charges of mismanagement of hazardous waste.
A discussion on the recent Supreme Court ruling that a claim directed to a DNA sequence defined solely by its ability to encode a protein is not patent eligible subject matter because it occurs in nature, but a claim directed to a complementary DNA sequence remains patent eligible because such a sequence does not occur in nature.
The Connecticut Supreme Court recently joined a growing number of state high courts to rule that faulty workmanship on a construction project can be covered by commercial general liability insurance policies.
Employers considering an unpaid internship program should work closely with legal counsel in designing the program to ensure that it is valid under applicable laws.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit recently held that a claim alleging a false statement of opinion or belief in a registration statement may proceed under Section 11 of the Securities Act of 1933, 15 U.S.C. § 77k.