President’s Day is around the corner. It is observed for only 24 hours. But those who aspire to the oval office demand our attention every day until November 9, 2016.
As China steps up its tax and deportation crackdown on foreign companies and foreigners doing business in China without a China WFOE, our China lawyers are getting a massive (well once a week anyway) influx of emails from people looking for inexpensive solutions.
Each year at the beginning of tax season, the IRS releases the “Dirty Dozen,” a list of twelve tax scams to be mindful of when filing your taxes.
Yesterday, great Chicago Bears running back, Matt Forte, announced that the Bears told him they would not be offering him a contract for the 2016 season.
In early December of 2015 Fortune.com published an article about one of the witnesses in the case of Ellen Pao v. Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers LLC and DOES 1-20 (a gender discrimination case out of San Francisco), a woman named Trae Vassallo.
Once again, I sit at my desk wondering how all of this happened.
Many of us are currently buckling in for a frigid holiday weekend (except for the lucky folks down in the south and southwest).
As we announced yesterday, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has finally published the long-awaited Final Rule governing the return of Medicare Part A and Part B overpayments within 60 days (the “Final Rule”).
On February 10, 2016, in a 2-to-1 decision, the Federal Circuit upheld the Patent Trial & Appeal Board’s (the “PTAB’s”) policy of conducting partial reviews of patents challenged under inter partes review petitions.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has proposed new guidance for adjudicating O-1 visa petitions for athletes and other individuals of extraordinary ability in certain fields.