SECTIONS Search E-edition Customer Service Advertise Newsletters News News Local Crime Databases Education Election Politics Nation/World Special Reports Carolina College Bound Corrections Columnists Retro Charlotte Your Schools All Blogs & Columns Sports Sports Carolina Panthers Charlotte Hornets That's Racin' High Schools College Sports Charlotte Knights/MLB Other Sports Blogs & Columnists Inside the Panthers Inside the NBA Prep Insiders Scott Fowler Tom Sorensen All Blogs & Columns Politics Politics Elections The North Carolina Influencer Series RNC 2020 Business Business Banking Stocks Center Top Workplaces National Business What's in Store Development All Blogs & Columns Living Living Religion Food & Drink Health & Family Home & Garden CLT … [Read more...] about UNC graduate students and professors who had threatened a strike release grades — for now
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SECTIONS Search E-edition Customer Service Customer Service About Us Contact Us FAQ Advertise Place Classified Ad Display Advertising Stay Connected Mobile & Apps Facebook Twitter E-mail RSS Feeds Archives My Subscription Activate Digital Subscription Manage Account Newsletters News News Local Crime Weather Education Marijuana California Nation/World Databases Special Reports Obituaries Sports Sports High Schools Outdoors Grizzlies MLB NBA NFL College Columnists David White Politics Politics Elections The California Influencer Series Political Notebook Fresno State Bulldogs Fresno State Bulldogs Football Basketball Entertainment Entertainment Calendar Movies Movie Times Music TV Theater & Arts Comics Puzzles & Games Dine Out … [Read more...] about Fresno mayor ‘won the battle but lost the war,’ Measure P allies say. What’s next?
Tip of the Month: Litigation may be the most appropriate or only route when a taxpayer has been denied a credit(s) to which he or she feels entitled to receive. But, as the cases outlined below indicate, it makes good business sense to engage knowledgeable counsel who is aware of all potential procedural issues to avoid dismissal of an otherwise sustainable cause of action. Recent Announcements of Credit/Incentives Applications and PackagesCalifornia- On December 15, the California Alternative Energy and Advanced Transportation Financing Authority announced that electric car manufacturer Tesla Motors Inc. will receive roughly $39 million in sales tax exclusions through a California incentive program designed to promote high-tech jobs. Tesla was granted the incentives for $464 million in qualified purchases in 2015 and 2016. The carmaker is the largest single recipient of exclusions through the Sales and Use Tax Exclusion Program run by the authority … [Read more...] about December 2015 State Tax Credits & Incentives Update
From his 10th-floor office in St. Paul, Minn.–low-lit, with dark wooden blinds shutting out the view of a bridge across the Mississippi–Jeffrey Anderson is soothing, cajoling, strategizing, planning and implementing in phone call after phone call.He seems as much air traffic controller as lawyer and control is very much his thing. Sometimes over the speakerphone, sometimes on the handset to preserve client privilege, Anderson eases from one persona to another.For journalists, there is clever repartee along with bits of information and encouraging compliments.For a victim of sexual abuse who is embarrassed and fearful, Anderson blends soft-spoken succor with firm coaching on the need for resolve.Juggling work with lawyers in several other states, he mixes savvy with nuts-and-bolts knowledge from 23 years in a litigation niche.Sometimes he is impatient. Sometimes he barks orders. He is ever decisive.“I’ll be there Wednesday for a press conference to have Mark and … [Read more...] about Collaring the Clergy
ENERGY AND CLIMATE DEBATEThe House returns from a weeklong recess today and joins the Senate in facing a full schedule the next two weeks before departing for the holiday recess.Committees in both chambers will hold more than 30 fiscal year 2016 appropriations hearings, while the upper chamber will consider nominations and the Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act of 2015 (S. 178) and the lower chamber will begin its week addressing six bills (H.R. 639; 647; 648; 284; 876; and 1191) and on its suspension calendar before moving on to debate the EPA Science Advisory Board Reform Act of 2015 (H.R. 1029), the Secret Science Reform Act of 2015 (H.R. 1030), and other measures. Committees in both the House and Senate will hold several energy and environment hearings of note; see more details below.The tax reform debate is expected to continue in the coming days, weeks, and months, though it is becoming increasingly likely that comprehensive tax reform may be too difficult a lift this year. … [Read more...] about Energy and Environmental Law Update for March 16, 2015