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If you are a non-US person living outside the US and are considering investing in US real estate it's important to understand taxation for foreign real estate investors. It's equally important to remember that the information is not a substitute for personal tax...
Six months after oral arguments were heard in the matter of Google LLC v. Oracle America, Inc., the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) has issued a decision. However, despite the nearly unprecedented level of speculation that surrounded what the impact of...
What’s in a Name? Avoiding Promoter Liability in Pre-Incorporation Contracts in Presley v. Ponce Plaza
A corporation must file the necessary paperwork with the Secretary of State to be incorporated. The incorporation process might take some time, and while this process is pending, the individuals forming the corporation may need to sign purchase orders, leases, or...
The issue of whether or not computer code is subject to copyright protection has finally reached the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS). Although the particular court case surrounding this controversial issue has only been making its way through the...
Military members are afforded certain protections and benefits while in active duty, including protections relating to housing and accommodations. For this reason, landlords need to be aware of the laws that can affect the landlord’s relationship with its military...
Sarbanes Oxley & “Adequate Internal Controls”: Safeguarding Confidential Information in an SEC-Mandated Blackout
In 2002, the United States Congress passed the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (the “Act”) of 2002 to combat corporate and accounting fraud. The Act was passed in response to a series of corporate bankruptcies and other scandals that occurred in previous years, the Enron...