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Post date: Posted on: May 28, 2014

In the latest issue of NH Bar News, attorney Matthew Snyder discusses Revenue Procedure 2014-12, which the IRS issued in response to the decision of the US Court of Appeals (for the 3rd Circuit) in

Tags: Administrative Law, Alternative Business Entities, Commercial Transactions, Contracts, Limited Liability Companies, Real Estate / Real Property, Taxation
Post date: Posted on: April 22, 2014

At the Volokh Conspiracy, David Post has commentary and analysis of ABC v.

Tags: Administrative Law, Appeals, Consumer Protection, Intellectual Property
Post date: Posted on: April 10, 2014

In an article in the April 4 – 17 issue of the New Hampshire Business Review, attorney John Cunningham offers suggestions on how to reduce liability for the 8.5 percent Business

Tags: Administrative Law, Alternative Business Entities, Corporations, Taxation
Post date: Posted on: April 1, 2014

Corporate and business entity taxation is a complex area, fraught with nuance. As most businesspeople are aware, however (and speaking by way of broad overgeneralization), business entities are generally taxed either as corporate or as pass-through entities.

Tags: Administrative Law, Alternative Business Entities, Commerce, Corporations, Law & Economics, Legislation, Limited Liability Companies, Partnerships, Taxation
Post date: Posted on: March 23, 2014

Jonathan Adler blogs on the Volokh Conspiracy about these two issues.

Tags: Administrative Law, Labor and Employment, Taxation
Post date: Posted on: March 20, 2014

In USA Today, Glenn Reynolds, Beauchamp Brogan Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of Tennessee College of Law, assesses the state of the federal criminal justice system and

Tags: Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, Courts, Criminal Law, Legal Ethics
Post date: Posted on: March 19, 2014

At Truth on the Market, Dan Crane has thoughts on the recent moves in New Jersey to restrict direct sales of automobiles to consumers.

Tags: Administrative Law, Commerce, Consumer Protection, Law & Economics, Legal Theory, Legislation
Post date: Posted on: March 14, 2014

Behavior, Paternalism, and Policy: Evaluating Consumer Financial Protection, a new behavioral law and economics paper by law professor Todd Zywicki and economics professor Adam Smith (really!), is available

Tags: Administrative Law, Consumer Protection, Law & Economics, Legislation

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