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Tax Law
Annual Symposium Tackles Tax Trends

Strasburger & Price LLP recently hosted its 29th Annual Tax Symposium featuring updates on Texas sales tax and net investment income tax laws, the importance of worker classification and business succession planning, alternative routes to tax-exempt status, how to report foreign assets, the tax aspects of equity incentive plans for certain businesses, the future of estate planning Read More…

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The Department of Justice and the Yates Memo: Heightened Focus on Individual Liability

Last month, in what is known as the “Yates Memo,” the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) set a new course on “Individual Accountability for Corporate Wrongdoing” identifying six “keys steps” in its prosecutions. When coupled with the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) renewed interest in applying the “Park Doctrine” to implicate individuals for others’ Read More…

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Women in Business: Financial Planning for Life’s Stages

As seen in San Antonio Woman (September 2015) In estate planning, the first step is the hardest. “I don’t want people to feel like it’s such a morbid thing to think about,” says McLaughlin. Yes, you have to face your mortality when creating a will, but “for all the years that I’ve been doing this, Read More…

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Procedural Rulings from Supreme Court’s 2014-2015 Term

Although blockbuster rulings on the Affordable Care Act and same-sex marriage garnered the limelight in the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2014-2015 term, the Supreme Court also addressed some more mundane procedural issues. Here are several opinions of interest to federal court practitioners. Federal Tort Claim Act time limits are subject to equitable tolling. United States v. Read More…