Less is More: a Proposal for Tax Simplification for Exempt Organizations’ Political and Lobbying Activities

Recent press coverage of the IRS’s review of exemption applications, and Washington’s reactions to it, has shone a spotlight on a problem that tax-exempt practitioners have been talking about for years:  the need to clarify standards surrounding political and lobbying activity by exempt organizations, and to make compliance with the law easier, for the IRS and exempt organizations, regardless of their politics.

Report: Chinese Military Now Hacking American Businesses—Eric Packel

By | LXBN | May 31, 2013

The Chinese military is and has been attacking the United States. And not just the United States military, but American companies in general. You haven’t heard that much about it because it’s taking place on a front we’re not used to seeing in combat—cyberspace. A recent report by Mandiant Corp. revealed there have been 41 separate attacks directed primarily at U.S. corporations and U.S. government agencies. Joining me today to explain the report and what companies can do to protect themselves is Eric Packel of Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin and their blog, the Data Breach Legal Watch