A law partner who received a payout for withdrawing from the firm should have reported it as income, not long-term capital gain, the U.S. Tax Court has ruled.
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The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether the National Labor Relations Board is authorized to decide cases with only two of its five members seated – something it has been doing for nearly two years in over 400 ...Read More »
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to decide the proper way for bankruptcy courts to calculate the projected disposable income of a Chapter 13 debtor.Read More »
Failure to attend a hearing precluded a father from challenging Kansas’s recognition under the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act of a German paternity judgment and child support order, the Kansas Court of Appeals has ruled.Read More »
For networking purposes, a special gift can go a long way toward cementing the attorney-client relationship into 2010 and beyond. Here are some tips to making sure the gift you give is appreciated and remembered the next time your clients are looking for legal help.Read More »