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July 08, 2014
  • Red Lobster, Vietnam Catfish Fight Ready to Boil in Spending Legislation
  • USDA Announces Aug. 12 Meeting of Codex Committee
  • Australian Plan to Replace Existing Carbon Price Scheme Faces Legislative Uncertainty
  • Canada Announces Auction Of AWS-3 Wireless Spectrum
  • FCC Forms Merger Review Teams To Look at Comcast-TWC, AT&T-DirecTV
  • Mexican Senate Passes Legislation Implementing Telecommunications Overhaul
  • FTC Adds Charges, Defendants To Text Spam, Robocall Complaint
  • FTC Renews Cross-Border Fraud MOU With Law Enforcers in Saskatchewan
  • FDA Reopens Comments Period on Ways To Prevent, Deter Abuse of Opioid Pain Drugs
  • Egypt Likely to Approve BG Deal To Export $30 Billion in Israeli Gas
  • FERC Seeks En Banc Rehearing to Uphold Its Embattled Demand Response Program
  • Fifth Circuit Rejects Luminant Lawsuit Over Texas Power Plant Violations
  • Obama Administration Examining Crude Oil Export Policy, Pritzker Says
  • U.S. Power Grid Vulnerable to Attack, Says CRS Report Suggesting More Oversight
  • IBM to Help China Manage Air Quality, Energy Consumption, Renewable Supplies
  • Many Rivers Less Acidic After 65 Years, U.S. Geological Survey Study Concludes
  • States Seek to Challenge Application Of EPA Cross-State Air Pollution Rule
  • Senate Confirms Dechert's Krause To 3rd Cir.; She Brings Securities Experience
  • Foster Farms Pulls Chicken With Salmonella; Outbreak May Aid Food Safety Legislation
  • 13 New Use Rules for Coating, Nanoscale, Energy-Related Chemicals Issued by EPA
  • EPA Strategies to Promote Rapid Analysis Of Toxicity, Life Cycle Impacts to Be Critiqued
  • NTP Extends Comment Deadline on Draft Report Classifying TCE as Known Carcinogen
  • HHS Provides $83M to Train New Primary Care Providers
  • ONC Launches Hypertension Protocol Challenge to Help Improve Patient Care
  • Physician Payment Proposal Would Increase ACO Quality Measures for 2015
  • Sen. Johnson's Lawsuit Over ACA Subsidy for Congress Fought by U.S.
  • Three Major ACA Proposals In the Works, CRS Report Notes
  • Court Dismisses Whistle-Blower Lawsuit Alleging Error-Ridden Claims Violated FCA
  • Physician Involved in Cash-for-Referrals Scheme With Lab Sentenced to Two Years
  • China's Proposed IP-Antitrust Regulation Seen to Pose Risk of Compulsory Licensing
  • APHIS to Allow Imports Of Guatemalan Edible Flowers
  • APHIS to Continue Watching Export Transiting of Mexican Meat
  • Brazil Sets Antidumping Duties on Imports Of Flat Glass From U.S., Five Other Countries
  • China Urged to Pursue Greater Transparency in Trading System
  • Commerce Department Says Indian Steel Rods Dumped in U.S., Subsidized
  • Commerce Seeks Members For Travel Promotion Board
  • Full ITC Reviews Planned For Citric Acid, Citrates Orders
  • Information Technology Agreement, IPR On Tap for S&ED With China, Froman Says
  • U.S. Trade Law Survives Chinese Challenge At World Trade Organization Appellate Body
  • U.S.-Israel Agreement Aims to Ease Customs Clearance, Increase Trade
  • Working Group Eyes 2014 Deadline For Seychelles Accession to WTO
  • Terrorism Victims Ask ICANN to Turn Over Iranian, Syrian Property, Seeking ccTLDs
  • SEC Seeks Documents From Biomet Related to Company's Overseas Operations
  • CMS Proposes Requiring Physicians to Use EHRs to Capture, Share Chronic Care Plans
  • Physician Pay Rule Would Remove Some Sunshine Act Reporting Exemptions for CME
  • Proposed Hospital Outpatient Pay Rule Aims To Boost Medicare Overpayment Collections
  • Becton Dickinson Liable for Full Infringement Damages Award Despite Part Appeal Success
  • Intel, Apple, HP Do Not Infringe X2Y Integrated Circuit Patents
  • Environmental Group Petitions EPA To Conduct Interim Review of Neonicotinoids
  • Court Nixes Suit Against Viacom, Google Alleging Collection, Sharing of Kids' Data
  • Russia May Hinder Export of Personal Data Through Measure Requiring Localized Servers
  • Renaming Town ‘Rocky Top' Would Not Be ‘Use in Commerce'
  • Why Companies Should Care About the Cell Phone Privacy Supreme Court Ruling
  • Coming Soon to the Web: Financial Top-Level Domain Names
  • Banking at Post Office Could Deliver Renewed Source of Revenue, Convenience
  • Auto Parts Buyers Alleging Price-Fixing Can't Reach Foreign Parents of U.S. Sellers
  • Blood Glucose Strip Maker Cited By Rival for Restraining Trade in Market
  • Cable Subscribers' Tying Litigation Proceeds Against Cox Communications
  • Chiropractors Lodge Claims Against Provider of Puerto Rico Workers' Comp
  • Court Whittles Claims in Price-Fixing Case Involving Electronic Display Screens
  • Dealerships, End Payors May Pursue §1 Claims Against Automotive Parts Makers
  • Heater Control Panel Maker Fails to Scuttle Indirect Purchaser Price-Fixing Complaints
  • Valeant, Precision Dermatology Will Sell Acne Treatments in $475 Million Merger
  • ISDA, SIFMA Urge CFTC to Forgo Position Limits Until Cause Can Be Shown
  • House Committee to Hold Hearing July 10 on Fed Transparency Bill
  • Amex Accused by U.S. of Stifling Competition Among Payment Firms
  • Draghi's $1.4 Trillion Shot at Ending EU Loan Drought Risks Falling Short
  • European Banks Seen Facing $50 Billion More in Legal Expenses
  • Rules, Standards to Implement EU Banking Union Are Unveiled
  • Russia to Continue Changes Required By OECD, Despite Frozen Accession Process
  • Fed Reports on Mortgage Servicing Settlement: Borrowers Cash $3.1B in Checks
  • Bond Anxiety Felt in $1.6 Trillion Repo Market as Uncompleted Trades Soar
  • JPMorgan, Danske Among Funds Exposed to Let's Gowex Accounting Fraud
  • Madoff Trustee Can't Sue Over Foreign Transfers, Judge Rules
  • SEC Seeks Comment on FINRA Proposal to Redefine ‘Hearing Officer'
  • Ways & Means Committee Claims Immunity From SEC Subpoenas in Insider Trading Case
  • CORRECTION
  • New Lobbying Entries
  • IRS Seeks Comment on Forms Used for Electronic Filing Signatures
  • IRS: Top LB&I Domestic Official Prendergast To Retire, Arellano Selected as Replacement
  • Stakeholders Report Issues With Form 5500, GAO Says
  • GAO to IRS: Get Busy Using ‘Big Data' To Improve Correspondence Audits
  • No Deal on Highway Trust Fund Patch Reached in Senate as Deadline Looms
  • Missouri Governor Signs Measure to End ‘Border War' With Kansas Over Tax Incentives
  • New Jersey Follows Lead of Other States, Enacts ‘Click-Through' Nexus Legislation
  • Juncker to Face Questions on Luxembourg Tax Regimes as EU Investigation Expands
  • Microsoft Taxes May Undergo Scrutiny as EU Quizzes Luxembourg
  • Italy Expects FATCA Pact to Be Ratified Before August Parliamentary Break
  • OTCs Win as Colorado Appeals Court Says They Aren't Liable for Hotel Occupancy Tax
  • Court Rejects Claims Against Meriter Plan, Allows Fiduciary Breach Action to Continue
  • Nexus-Creating Employee Transfers a Sham, Disregarded by Massachusetts Appeals Court
  • Tax Court: Taxpayer Can't Claim Business Expenses for Investment Property He Lived In
  • State Department Uses Facebook To Track Down Convicted Tax Cheat
  • Tax Court Sustains Frivolous Filing Penalty for Taxpayer's Zero Return
  • Expedia, Inc. v. City and County of Denver
  • Hill v. Commissioner
  • Hume v. Commissioner
July 07, 2014
  • Dairy Farmers Seek Exemption Under Food Safety Rule Proposed by FDA
  • Emergency Border Funding Confronts Appropriations Bottleneck
  • Ryan Book Plans, Outlined in FEC Filing, Could Signal 2016 Presidential Ambitions
  • Obama Administration Looking for Ways To Work With Insurers on Extreme Weather
  • Overseas Coal Plant Funding by Ex-Im Bank Could Resume Under Bill Planned by Manchin
  • FCC Opens Public Comment Period On Rules for Sharing 3.5 GHz Spectrum
  • Obstruction of Subcommittees Is Covered By Statute That Refers to ‘Any Committee’
  • Customs Should Reconsider Plan to Build, Alter Ports of Entry, OIG Report Says
  • BGOV Insight: Proposed FDA Quality Office Eyes Drugmaking Metrics
  • Five Senators Seek to Dislodge Draft FDA Lab Test Guidance From OMB
  • DOE Solicits Applications for $4 Billion In Renewable, Efficiency Loan Guarantees
  • Grassley Says EPA Unlikely to Finalize 2014 Renewable Fuel Standard Until Fall
  • Governors Advocate Changes to Improve Endangered Species Act Listing Policies
  • Rep. Ruiz Says Water Needed to Avoid Health Disaster From Diminishing Salton Sea
  • House Ethics Committee Backtracks On Reporting Trips on Annual Forms
  • Disinfected Water, Fuel Additives, Nanotubes Should Be High IARC Priorities, Advisers Say
  • More Targeted Compliance Check Approach For REACH Registration Planned by Agency
  • Two REACH-Restricted Chemicals Approved By ECHA Panels for Use by Rocket Maker
  • Drop in Hospital Charity Care an Early Sign Of ACA Success in Oregon, Executive Says
  • CMS Official Says Three Studies Completed By Healthcare Fraud Prevention Partnership
  • Court Rejects Hospital's Timeliness Defense In Suit Alleging Patients Improperly Admitted
  • Former HIV Clinic Owner Pleads Guilty To $31 Million Medicare Fraud Scheme
  • 5th Circuit Gets Tricky Trade Secret Case; Failed Suits Against Pop Stars Go to 4th, 7th
  • APHIS to Conduct National Animal Health Monitoring System Equine 2015 Study
  • EU, Japan Resume Trade Talks After Review By EU of First Year Finds Sufficient Progress
  • ITC Seeks Comments On Macronix Complaint Over Devices
  • Market Access, IPR Issues Loom Large For TPP Negotiators Set to Meet in Ottawa
  • Report Cites Lack of Trade Finance As Cause of Slowing Trade Growth
  • Trade Court Returns Chinese Paper Case For Commerce to Reconsider Input Prices
  • U.S.-China Commission to Hold Meetings On Bilateral Relationship for Annual Report
  • WTO Director-General Promises Trade Facilitation for African Union
  • Governments, ICANN on Collision Course Over Critical Internet Governance Issues
  • Outpatient Hospital Payments Would Increase $5 Billion Under CMS Proposal
  • Proposed Doctor Fee Schedule Would Change Process for Setting New Payments
  • Cert Petition Challenges Federal Circuit Standards for Design Patent Obviousness
  • Petition Questions Exclusive Jurisdiction Over Government Trade Secret Misappropriation
  • Second House Draft on Patent Demand Letter Legislation Addresses Patent Owner Concerns
  • U.S. IP Law Associations Support Overturning Federal Circuit's De Novo Claim Construction
  • German High Court Rules Telecoms Can Store User Data for Security Purposes
  • Jeep Remedy Passes NHTSA Tests But Agency Concerned About Fix's Timing
  • Overstock.com Fails to Get Preliminary Injunction Against Rival NoMoreRack.com
  • Boxer, Farr Call for Immediate Passage of Highway Trust Fund Fix
  • FHWA Lays Out Process for Slowing Down Highway Construction Payments in August
  • EPA to Hold Meetings to Share Ideas About Operating New Financing Program
  • Views on Privacy by Design and Data Protection in Canada From Ann Cavoukian, Former Ontario Information & Privacy Commissioner
  • Agencies' Methods of Reviewing Regulations Are Coming Under Scrutiny
  • New Specialty Drug Puts Spotlight On Costs, Impact on U.S. Health-Care System
  • Court Fries SD Card Maker's Sherman Act Claims Against SanDisk
  • DOJ Is Ready to Try Amex On ‘Take It or Leave It’ Policy
  • Zimmer, Biomet Say FTC Wants More Information on $13B Merger
  • SEC Extends FINRA Pilot on Margins For Credit Default Swap Deals
  • Services in U.S. Grow at Second-Fastest Pace in Almost Year, ISM Index Shows
  • Fourth Circuit Rejects Equitable Claims, Says Employer Not Fiduciary of Life Insurance Plan
  • Payrolls Jumped as U.S. Jobless Rate Fell to 6.1% in June, Data Show
  • CWCapital, Wells Fargo Sued By Stuyvesant Complex Lenders
  • EU Bankers Reject Blame for Lack of Loans, As EU Regulator Gives Sector Middling Grade
  • European Bankers to Meet ECB On Asset Check Update July 8-10
  • Obama Decries Trader Bonuses As Risky, Even After Dodd-Frank
  • Some Banks Have Recovered From Crisis, Others Looking at Asset Declines, BIS Says
  • Treasury Report Suggests Reverse Repos, Better Metrics to Monitor Shadow Banking
  • White House: No ‘Specific Plan' From Obama On Bank Culture; HFT ‘Should Be Addressed'
  • 1st Cir. Axes $13M Fiduciary Breach Award, Closes Retained Asset Accounts Circuit Split
  • Draghi Reiterates Rates to Stay Low as ECB Prepares Loans
  • JPMorgan Said to Have Unwittingly Helped BNP Hide Transactions Involving Sudan, Cuba
  • Brazil Supreme Court Upholds Central Bank As Authority to Review Bank Consolidations
  • SunTrust to Pay Up to $320 Million To End Probe Into Mortgage Modifications
  • SEC Enforcers Not Open to Changes In Cooperation Initiative for Muni Issuers
  • Oil Services Executives Settle FCPA Suit; Trial Slated to Begin July 9
  • RBS Asked to Hand Over Details of FSA, SEC Probes in Investor Suit Over Disclosures
  • SEC Division Issues Guidance On Verifying Reg D ‘Accredited Investor’
  • Trade Gap in U.S. Shrinks More Than Forecast on Record Exports
  • Many Climate Change Laws May Lie Ahead For Latin America to Confront Economic Toll
  • Colorado Case at Supreme Court May Recharge Online Sales Tax Arguments
  • New Form 1023-EZ Lowers Receipts Limit For Smaller 501(c)(3) Exemption Applicants
  • IRS Clarifies Rules on Retirement Plan Payments for Accident, Insurance Premiums
  • IRS Seeks Input on Proposal To Eliminate Index of Bulletin
  • Information Disclosure, Other Errors Found In Systemic Burden Process, TIGTA Says
  • CRS: Broader Definition of Dependent May Help More Working Caregivers
  • IRS Updates Format, Required Information On Determination Letter Request Form
  • IRS Updates Specifications For Corrected Wage, Tax Statements
  • House Set to Vote on Bonus Depreciation In Drive to Make Extenders Permanent
  • JCT Staff Issues Errata to Fix Error In Explanation of Spanish Tax Treaty
  • California Legislature OKs Bill to Give Aerospace Firm $420 Million Tax Credit
  • Canadian FATCA Agreement Now in Force, Effective for Banks July 1, Authorities Say
  • U.S. Account Data Due by Sept. 30, 2015, Under New U.S.-Israeli FATCA Agreement
  • Mexican Energy Restructuring Includes Tax Changes, Private Investment Incentives
  • New Zealand Omnibus Tax Bill Addresses FATCA, Business Taxes
  • Russian Tax Agency Issues New Guidelines On Offshore Hydrocarbon Project Incentives
  • IRS Releases 14 Exemption Rulings Issued Between June 26 and July 3
  • Post-‘Hobby Lobby' Drama at Supreme Court; Sotomayor Says Court Ignores Latest Opinion
  • Information Letters Address Tax Treatment Of Student Athletes, Range of Other Issues
  • PLRs Look at REIT's Subsidiary Acquisition, Profit-Sharing Plans in Spinoff, Other Items
  • CCA Distinguishes Passive Activity Exception, Single Activity Election for Rental Real Estate
  • Fifth Circuit Says Consistency Rule Applies To Research Credit Base Years, Claim Years
  • Tax Court: Collateral Estoppel Bars Taxpayers' Claim That Return Was Valid
  • 1918 Eighth Avenue Acquisition LLC
  • AB&W Credit Union Inc.
  • Bill (H.R. 4718) Making Permanent Bonus Depreciation, as Reported by Ways and Means Committee (Report No. 113-__ )
  • CCA 201427016 - Section 469 - Passive Activity Losses and Credits Limited
  • CRS Report, ‘Dependent Care: Current Tax Benefits and Legislative Issues’
  • Chestnut Health and Rehabilitation Group Inc.
  • College Risk Retention Group Inc.
  • Confluence Health
  • Educational & Institutional Insurance Administrators Inc.
  • Extended Coverage Hospital Assurance Plan
  • Healthcare Connections International Corp.
  • ICircle Services of the Finger Lakes Inc.
  • INFO 2014-0012 - Section 106 - Contributions by Employer to Accident and Health Plans
  • INFO 2014-0013 - Section 401 - Qualified Pension, Profit-Sharing, and Stock Bonus Plans
  • INFO 2014-0014 - Section 61 - Gross Income Defined
  • INFO 2014-0015 - Section 61 - Gross Income Defined
  • INFO 2014-0016 - Section 117 - Qualified Scholarships
  • INFO 2014-0017 - Section 132 - Certain Fringe Benefits
  • INFO 2014-0018 - Section 61 - Gross Income Defined
  • INFO 2014-0019 - Section 1 - Tax Imposed
  • INFO 2014-0020 - Section 1001 - Determination of Amount of and Recognition of Gain or Loss
  • INFO 2014-0021 - Section 3121 - Definitions
  • INFO 2014-0022 - Section 3302 - Credits Against Tax
  • IRS Announcement 2014-27, Request for Comments on Elimination of Internal Revenue Bulletin Index
  • IRS Correcting Amendment to Final Rules (T.D. 9665) on Tax Treatment of Payments by Qualified Plans for Medical, Accident Insurance
  • IRS Rev. Proc. 2014-29, Updating Specifications for Corrected Wage, Tax Statements
  • JCT Correction (JCX-67R-14), ‘Errata for JCX-67-14 “Explanation of Proposed Protocol to the Income Tax Treaty Between the United States and Spain” ‘
  • Mercy Oncology Services Inc.
  • Mortgage Resolution Fund LLC
  • PLR 201427001 - Section 856 - Definition of Real Estate Investment Trust
  • PLR 201427002 - Section 1295 - Qualified Electing Fund
  • PLR 201427003 - Section 1295 - Qualified Electing Fund
  • PLR 201427004 - Section 1295 - Qualified Electing Fund
  • PLR 201427005 - Section 1295 - Qualified Electing Fund
  • PLR 201427006 - Section 1295 - Qualified Electing Fund
  • PLR 201427007 - Section 1362 - Election; Revocation; Termination
  • PLR 201427008 - Section 2041 - Powers of Appointment
  • PLR 201427009 - Section 9100
  • PLR 201427010 - Section 2041 - Powers of Appointment
  • PLR 201427011 - Section 2041 - Powers of Appointment
  • PLR 201427012 - Section 2041 - Powers of Appointment
  • PLR 201427013 - Section 2041 - Powers of Appointment
  • PLR 201427014 - Section 2041 - Powers of Appointment
  • PLR 201427015 - Section 2041 - Powers of Appointment
  • PLR 201427017 - Section 1362 - Election; Revocation; Termination
  • PLR 201427018 - Section 501 - Exemption From Tax on Corporations, Certain Trusts, etc.
  • PLR 201427019 - Section 507 - Termination of Private Foundation Status
  • PLR 201427020 - Section 4945 - Taxes on Taxable Expenditures
  • PLR 201427021 - Section 4945 - Taxes on Taxable Expenditures
  • PLR 201427022 - Section 4945 - Taxes on Taxable Expenditures
  • PLR 201427023 - Section 401 - Qualified Pension, Profit-Sharing, and Stock Bonus Plans
  • PLR 201427024 - Section 402 - Taxability of Beneficiary of Employees' Trust
  • PLR 201427025 - Section 408A - Roth IRAs
  • PLR 201427026 - Section 408 - Individual Retirement Accounts
  • PLR 201427027 - Section 408 - Individual Retirement Accounts
  • PLR 201427028 - Section 408 - Individual Retirement Accounts
  • PLR 201427029 - Section 408 - Individual Retirement Accounts
  • PLR 201427030 - Section 412 - Minimum Funding Standards
  • Town Line Inc.
  • Tri-County Health Connections PC
  • Trinity Indus., Inc. v. United States
  • United Methodist Higher Education Association
  • Waltner v. Commissioner
July 03, 2014
  • House, Senate Appropriators Face Pressure to Move More Bills in July
  • CPSC to Hold July 24 Hearing On 2015 Agenda, 2016 Budget
  • Some Super PACs May Be Covered By Contribution Limits, 2nd Circuit Rules
  • Fund to Help Poor Nations Adapt Inches Closer to Capitalization, Official Reports
  • FCC Chairman Said to Call Ban On Internet Fast Lanes Politically Difficult
  • Turf War Between EPA Inspector General, Security Office Still Unresolved: Spokesman
  • EPA Finalizes Voluntary Quality Assurance Program for Renewable Fuel Credits
  • EU High Court: Single Market Rules Don't Apply to Renewable Energy Feed-In Tariffs
  • Environmental, Other Groups Criticize Draft EIS for New Mexico Power Plant, Mine Plan
  • Germany Lauds European Court Ruling On Renewable Energy Subsidy Program
  • IEA Says Energy-Efficient Connected Devices Could Slash Electricity Waste, CO2 Emissions
  • Inspector General Pushes Interior on Ways To Speed Up Onshore Permitting for Oil, Gas
  • Interior to Auction 80,000 Acres Off Coast Of Maryland for Wind Power Development
  • Natural Gas, Electricity From Landfill Biogas Are Approved as Renewable Fuel Pathways
  • Current Ozone Standard Insufficient To Protect Public Health, EPA Panel Says
  • Lawsuit Seeks to Have Fish Imports Meet U.S. Dolphin Safety Standards
  • PVC Manufacturers Urge Court to Review Air Toxics Standards Despite EPA Review
  • West Virginia Fish Declined in Streams Impacted by Mountaintop Mining, Study Says
  • Virginia Cap on Gifts to Officials in Effect; Funding for Ethics Advisory Council Dropped
  • CDC Biomonitoring Report Measures 39 New Chemicals, Updates Data for 84
  • EPA Launches Effort to Help Degreasers, Manufacturers Find Alternatives for Solvent
  • ‘High-Value’ Provider Network Plans Reducing Premiums Up to 20 Percent, Report Finds
  • Backlash Against RACs May Be Near Tipping Point, Congressional Aide Says
  • Commonwealth Fund Report Says 20 Million Gained Coverage From ACA
  • European Commission Adopts New IP Enforcement Strategy After ACTA Rejection
  • Bangladesh Hasn't Met Plan's Goals, U.S. Should Continue Sanctions, USTR Says
  • CPSC to Hold Workshop on Electronic Filing of Certificates of Compliance
  • Court OKs Targeted Dumping Inquiry In PET Film Antidumping Duty Review
  • EU to Escalate Pork Dispute With Russia at WTO
  • Governors Can Strengthen Economy With Trade, Investment Plan, NGA Says
  • House Democrats Say El Salvador Aid Should Not be Held Up by Trade Issues
  • Labor Panel Met to Discuss U.S.-Jordan Free Trade Agreement
  • Sen. Landrieu Says Pending DHS Bill Includes Funds for Improving Duty Collection
  • U.S., Japan End TPP Talks in Tokyo, Agree to Continue Meetings in Ottawa
  • Indiana Submits Waiver Request For Medicaid Alternative Plan
  • White House Report Says States Refusing Medicaid Expansion Lost Out on $88B
  • FDA to Expand Mini-Sentinel, EHR Surveillance Pilot Into Sustained Program
  • Slight Pay Increase for ESRD Facilities in 2015 Proposed Rule
  • API Document on Pipeline Safety Practices Likely to Be Finalized in 2014, Official Says
  • Groups Slam ‘Weak’ Privacy Board Report Finding Web Surveillance Program Lawful
  • Record Unanimity on Votes Masks Deep Divisions on Roberts Court
  • Enforcement of Lien on Registered Marks Raises No Federal Question, 4th Circuit Says
  • Impending Qui Tams and False Claims Act Cases Involving Health Exchanges
  • Buyers of Digital Display Screens Have Standing in Antitrust Case, Court Reiterates
  • EU OKs German Mobile Operator Merger, Rejects Relaxed Competition Rule Demands
  • Motorola Mobility Gets Second Chance At Antitrust Appeal in Seventh Circuit
  • Hacked Companies Face SEC Scrutiny Over Adequacy of Risk Disclosure, Controls
  • Gas Supply Association Tells CFTC To Maintain Hedging Chances in Limits Rule
  • NFA Reminds Swap Dealers, Participants Of Chief Compliance Officer Responsibilities
  • Variable Annuity Providers Should Review SEC Staff Guidance on Fund Use of Swaps
  • Obama Lunches With Economists To Solicit Ideas to Help Middle Class
  • Court Awards Welfare Plan $1.1M Lien Over Medical Malpractice Settlement Funds
  • ADP Says Companies in U.S. Add Most Workers Since 2012
  • Job Vacancies Climbed in June, Stayed Flat for First Half of Year
  • Commercial Banks Continue Fight With Farm Credit System for Share of Loans
  • Wall Street Said to Shift to Investor Risk of Potential ‘Burning Bed’ Loans
  • AIG Says It Would Divest Units, Halt Policy Sales to Avoid Rescue
  • Economic Rebound May Set Good Tone For U.S.-China Meetings, Economists Say
  • Russian Official: New Sanctions Would Hurt U.S. Companies, Possibly Trigger Retaliation
  • Yellen Says Rate Policy Shouldn't Change Over Instability
  • Freddie Mac Guards Against $285 Million of Losses With Insurance
  • Amid Heightened Scrutiny, Alt Funds Should Review Valuation, Liquidity, Leverage
  • Vanishing Coal-Mine Jobs Squeeze Pension at Risk of U.S. Rescue
  • FINRA Board to Mull Rulemakings On Tick Sizes, Margin Requirements
  • Six Finalists Announced As Consolidated Audit Trail Bidders
  • State, Local Governments Ask Treasury To Ease Burden Caused by Debt-Limit Fights
  • On Virtual Currency, FATF Recommends Consistent Terms, Thorough Risk Analysis
  • CPA Firm Agrees to Be Barred From Auditing China-Based Issuers
  • Holding Companies Get Tax Refunds As Bank Agents, New Addendum Specifies
  • Small Business Tax Credit Rules Helpful For Companies Mulling Health Coverage
  • Top IRS International Officials Resign Amid Talk of Further LB&I Reorganization
  • IRS Updates Instructions for Form Used to Request Determination Letters
  • IRS Double-Charged Some Installment Agreement User Fees in 2013, GAO Finds
  • New Hampshire Governor Approves Law Reducing Hospital Medicaid Tax
  • Germany Includes FTT, VAT Fraud Items in Balanced 2015 Budget Bill
  • Liechtenstein Releases Draft Legislation To Implement FATCA Agreement With U.S.
  • What You Need to Know About the Refund Statute of Limitations
  • AIG Argues District Court Erred in Denying Foreign Tax Credit, Ignoring Foreign Tax
  • Court to Hear Conservative Group's Request For Forensic Expert In Lerner E-Mail Search
  • Group Seeks to Block Colorado From Collecting Taxes on Retail Marijuana
  • Funded Research Exclusion at Issue In 11th Circuit Research Tax Credits Case
  • AIG Brief in ‘Am. Int'l Group, Inc. v. United States'
  • Appellant's Opening Brief in ‘Geosyntec Consultants, Inc. v. United States'
  • Plaintiff's Memorandum in Support of Preliminary Injunction, Expedited Discovery in ‘True the Vote, Inc. v. IRS'
July 02, 2014
  • Campaign Payments to Family Members Would Be Restricted by New Legislation
  • Clinton Gives Support to Obama Climate Plan, Voices Optimism for Global 2015 Agreement
  • EPA Unveils Methane Limits for Landfills, Approaches New, Existing Sites Separately
  • Italy Says it Will Steer EU to Focus on Climate Change During Six-Month Presidency
  • America Movil Looks for Options, Receives Blessing for Telekom Austria
  • Democrats Rail Against FCC Proposal To Permit Paid Internet Fast Lanes
  • FTC Says T-Mobile Reaped Millions From Unauthorized Cramming Charges
  • Court Halts Company's Collection Of Supposedly False Payday Debts
  • SolarWorld Wants Commerce Department To Question Chinese Government on Hacking
  • FDA Releases Several Policy Documents On Its Expectations for Drug Compounders
  • Part D Pays 32 Percent More Than Medicaid for Drugs, Report Finds
  • Cape Wind Wins $150 Million Loan Guarantee Commitment From DOE
  • Colorado Supreme Court Affirms Citizens' Initiatives to Restrict Oil, Gas Activities
  • Court Rejects Challenges to FERC Approval For N.J.-N.Y. Natural Gas Pipeline Project
  • Duke Energy, CMS Energy Persuade Justices To Check Suits Alleging Natural Gas Price Fix
  • Natural Gas Pipeline Planned; Michigan Forms Safety Task Force
  • Conservation Groups Challenge EPA Second Approval of Pennsylvania Regional Haze Plan
  • Court Dismisses Lawsuit Asking for EPA Regulation of Animal Feeding Emissions
  • EPA Adopts $46.7 Million Cleanup Plan For Ringwood Mines Site in New Jersey
  • EPA Again Signals Regulating Coal Ash As Nonhazardous Waste Could Be Adequate
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  • Chile's President Bachelet Touts Pacific Alliance as Model Pact
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  • Regulatory Watch
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  • Delaware Governor Highlights Business Tax Credit Bills Passed With FY 2015 Budget
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  • Fortenberry, Jeff - Letter 8
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  • July 2014 Chief Counsel Code, Subject Matter Phone Directory
  • Klobuchar, Amy - Letter 9
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  • Miller, Michael - Letter 2
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  • PLR 201426002 - Section 6041 - Information at Source
  • PLR 201426003 - Section 7701 - Definitions
  • PLR 201426004 - Section 1361 - S Corporation Defined
  • PLR 201426005 - Section 101 - Certain Death Benefits
  • PLR 201426006 - Section 664 - Charitable Remainder Trusts
  • PLR 201426007 - Section 355 - Distribution of Stock and Securities of a Controlled Corporation
  • PLR 201426008 - Section 355 - Distribution of Stock and Securities of a Controlled Corporation
  • PLR 201426009 - Section 1362 - Election; Revocation; Termination
  • PLR 201426010 - Section 1362 - Election; Revocation; Termination
  • PLR 201426011 - Section 1362 - Election; Revocation; Termination
  • PLR 201426012 - Section 754 - Manner of Electing Optional Adjustment to Basis of Partnership Property
  • PLR 201426013 - Section 48 - Energy Credit
  • PLR 201426014 - Section 671 - Trust Income, Deductions, and Credits Attributable to Grantors and Others as Substantial Owners
  • PLR 201426015 - Section 2632 - Special Rules for Allocation of GST Exemption
  • PLR 201426016 - Section 2056 - Bequests, etc., to Surviving Spouse
  • PLR 201426017 - Section 9100
  • PLR 201426018 - Section 1362 - Election; Revocation; Termination
  • PLR 201426019 - Section 301 - Distributions of Property
  • PLR 201426020 - Section 9100
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  • PLR 201426023 - Section 9100
  • PLR 201426024 - Section 9100
  • PLR 201426027 - Section 4945 - Taxes on Taxable Expenditures
  • PLR 201426028 - Section 501 - Exemption From Tax on Corporations, Certain Trusts, etc.
  • PLR 201426029 - Section 511 - Imposition of Tax on Unrelated Business Income of Charitable, etc., Organizations
  • PLR 201426030 - Section 4945 - Taxes on Taxable Expenditures
  • PLR 201426031 - Section 408 - Individual Retirement Accounts
  • PLR 201426032 - Section 402 - Taxability of Beneficiary of Employees' Trust
  • PLR 201426033 - Section 408 - Individual Retirement Accounts
  • PLR 201426034 - Section 408 - Individual Retirement Accounts
  • PLR 201426035 - Section 501 - Exemption From Tax on Corporations, Certain Trusts, etc.
  • Posey, Bill - Letter 10
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