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In the 8th Circuit, income tax debt owed under late filed tax returns could, under certain circumstances, be discharged by individual debtors in their bankruptcy cases.
Payments made to creditors in the 90-days before a bankruptcy filing can be subject to recovery as “preference claims.”
The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit held today that a Native American tribe may not assert sovereign immunity to bar inter partes review proceedings before the Patent and Trademark Office’s Patent Trial and Appeal Board.
Sacha Baron Cohen just premiered his latest television work, “Who Is America?”
Recently, national headlines have been filled with bank office closings.
As banks push to increase efficiency and enhance customer experience, their use of innovative technology is crucial.
Many public companies are unprepared for the January 1, 2019, deadline for implementation of the new lease accounting standard.
The Main Street Investors Coalition was launched in response to the recent shift of institutional investor focus to environmental, social and governance issues.
A recent article in The Wall Street Journal examines the emerging trend of corporate ethics and compliance officers using “nudges” to promote ethical behavior among employees.
Record-setting stock buybacks following enactment of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act have riled critics.