The Rule establishes a HIRE Vets Medallion Program, which will recognize qualifying companies with a HIRE Vets Medallion Award for their commitment to recruit, employ and retain American military service veterans. The Program will be implemented in 2019. … [Read more...] about Final Rule Issued on HIRE Vets Medallion Program
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The Act also extends look-through treatment of payments between related CFCs under the Foreign Personal Holding Company rules through 2013. Certain types of passive income (namely dividends, interest, rents, and royalties) that were received or accrued by one CFC (the payee CFC) from a related CFC (the payer CFC) have not been not treated as Foreign Personal Holding Company Income to the extent that such income (i) was attributed to income of the payer CFC that was not subpart F income, and (ii) was not effectively connected with a U.S. trade or business. A related CFC for this purpose would be a CFC that controls or is controlled by the other CFC, or a CFC that is controlled by the same person(s) that control the other CFC. For this purpose, ownership of more than 50% by vote or value constitutes control. … [Read more...] about Fiscal Cliffhanger: Congress Passes Federal Tax & Health Care Legislation for 2013
In another enforcement action, the SEC charged a real estate company with engaging in a $2.7 million Ponzi scheme that targeted elderly investors. Like many Ponzi schemes, the company “guaranteed income” to investors. This income was purportedly derived from the profits of a Pennsylvania real estate venture that bought, redeveloped, and sold properties. In reality, the company did not operate a real estate venture, and it used the investments for personal expenses, such as purchasing tickets for sporting events, paying college tuition, and maintaining personal credit cards. … [Read more...] about Securities Fraud Enforcement Action Prompts the Question: What Was the Company Smoking?
And, after five years of consistently bad news, things may finally be looking up for law schools. Total first-year enrollment, which had fallen 29 percent between 2010 and 2014, has essentially been flat for the past two years, dropping about 2.2 percent to around 37,000 between 2014 and 2015, ABA statistics show. And more than one-fourth of all schools raised their LSAT averages for the bottom quarter last year, including six schools with three percentage point increases, Moeser says. … [Read more...] about What do falling bar-passage rates mean for legal education–and the future of the profession?