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Landlords will want to pay close attention to the requirements found in this new law before filing any residential evictions.
What is all the buzz about Federal OSHA’s new COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard for healthcare providers?
Construction is one of the more unique and fascinating industries when it comes to state tax. When working with clients on either sales and use tax planning or controversy matters, the sales and use tax structure facing contractors frequently prompts a number of unanticipated challenges.
On June 26, 2021, passing with bipartisan support, Minnesota’s Natural Gas Innovation Act (Special Session HF6, the Commerce and Energy Omnibus) was presented and signed into law by Governor Walz.
A taxpayer with substantial back taxes has a few options to deal with IRS pressure to get them paid, and while an installment agreement can be a good outcome in some cases, there are many pitfalls to avoid when entering into one.
The North Dakota Supreme Court recently addressed an issue of first impression related to the valuation point of oil for purposes of determining royalty due to a mineral owner.
A number of lessons may be learned from representing clients in the bankruptcy filings in the retail and restaurant industries.
Bankruptcy law is changing around the world, away from the liquidation model and toward the model of corporate rescue. Additionally, these changes reflect movement toward venue competition for the business of hosting international bankruptcy cases.
A recent case provides ten elements that courts and professionals may use to determine if vendors should receive critical vendor payments.
In the year since its enactment, more than 1,500 businesses and individuals have filed cases under the Small Business Reorganization Act.