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17 October 2019

Eight McGlinchey lawyers authored or co-authored chapters in the latest edition of the Practising Law Institute (PLI)'s Consumer Financial Services Answer Book. Member Tom Hanson (Dallas) co-edited the book. The 2020 edition is the leading desk reference for consumer financial services lawyers and compliance professionals.

September 24, 2019
September 23, 2019
The First Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the U.S. District Court for Massachusetts’ opinion that an incompetent taxpayer could not suspend the statutory period for filing for a tax refund because a competent adult held the incompetent taxpayer’s durable power of attorney (POA) and could have acted on the taxpayer’s behalf.
McGlinchey Tax Alert
September 19, 2019
For many years, the Internal Revenue Code (Code) has denied a deduction for fines or penalties paid to a government for the violation of any law. Now, effective for amounts paid or incurred on or after December 22, 2017, no deduction is allowed (with certain exceptions) for amounts paid in relation to the violation of a law or investigation into the potential violation of a law, if a government (or similar entity) is a complainant or investigator with respect to the violation or potential violation.
McGlinchey Tax & Environmental Alert
Related Services: Environmental | Taxation
September 14, 2019
September 4, 2019
August 28, 2019
August 26, 2019
On March 7, 2019, the United States Department of Labor issued a proposed new rule that would significantly change the pay standards for overtime exemptions under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
McGlinchey Labor & Employment Alert
August 16, 2019
As cloud computing continues to grow in popularity as a business model for the deployment of software services, understanding the tax treatment of revenues generated from cloud-based transactions becomes critical. The IRS has issued proposed regulations that provide guidance on whether a cloud-based transaction should be treated as a lease of property or the provision of services.
McGlinchey Corporate & Tax Update
August 9, 2019
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