Third-party releases headline news stories about major chapter 11 cases, including Purdue Pharma and the Boy Scouts of America. Will Congress consider a bill that would restrict the use of third-party releases?
Federal District Court of Minnesota Holds that Disgorgement of Chapter 11 Professional Fees Not AllowedCategory: Legal Update
When a case is administratively insolvent, can a trustee force estate professionals to disgorge compensation paid pursuant to a court’s order approving such compensation?
A recent court decision, Mendelsohn v. Roslyn, provides important lessons for pleading and proving fraudulent transfer claims.
Many 501(c)(3) organizations receive a property tax statement on a newly acquired property and ask: “As a 501(c)(3) organization, aren’t we exempt from property tax?”
Fredrikson & Byron Represents CFS in Its Successful Bid to Become Corn Supplier for Renewable Ethanol PlantCategory: Client Outcome, News
The Department of State (DOS) released guidance on how its embassies and consulates are prioritizing immigrant visa applications and making “difficult decisions” as they work to reduce the backlog “resulting from travel restrictions and operational constraints caused by the global COVID pandemic.”
The Department of Homeland Security announced an extension until December 31, 2021, of the flexibility in complying with certain requirements related to Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services requests public comments on a revision of the H-1B Registration Tool.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has launched a new Lockbox Filing Location Updates page, to be updated regularly.
Effective October 1, 2021, with few exceptions, those applying for permanent residence (green card) must be vaccinated against COVID-19, now classified as a “Class A inadmissible condition,” the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced.