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International tax review
- US-France digital tax compromise reduces economic instability
- Indian tax heads frustrated by slow tax reform with no timeline
- Brazil aims to reform complex tax system
- Meet ITR at the IFA 2019 Congress
- California’s retroactive sales tax ‘devastating’ for third-party sellers
- Expanding UK property tax rules could stifle property investment
- Tax crackdown on cryptocurrencies open audit and dispute risks
- US digital giants worried about domino effect from French DST
- What to expect at the IFA 2019 Congress
- Blockchain could create tax certainty in transactional taxes
- Euromoney Legal Media Group Americas Rising Star Awards: Shortlist announced
- Enhanced accounting standards could curb investor tax frustrations
- Americas Tax Awards 2019: Nominees announced
- UK gets a new PM and no tax certainty
- G7 leaders push ahead with global minimum tax
- Brazil issues ruling on tax treatment of 3D printing
- Survey results: Untangling CFC structures
- Cryptocurrency, cost basis and taxation
- France and the US clash over digital service tax plans
- ‘Absolutely shocking’: Corporates shaken after Swiss Supreme Court ignores tax ruling
- EU customs head: businesses should embrace, not fear, change
- Qualified majority voting will drive reforms, says EC’s tax chief
- Action 1 and the virtual permanent establishment
- DAC6 fixes tax loopholes but confuses taxpayers
- IR35 rules for private sector: Businesses preparing, costs unclear
- Silicon Valley’s leading women in tax tackle ‘world peace’
- Portugal implements ATAD
- Facebook ups the ante for global cryptocurrency tax framework
- Robots are not coming for your job
- Authorities and taxpayers say ‘rulings have got a bad rep’
- Afternoon Briefs: Ginsburg misses oral arguments; judge tosses lawyer’s defamation suit over neo-Nazi label
- Prosecutors allege law grad who failed bar exam created law firms in name of classmate
- Meet Stephen Castor, the GOP lawyer stealing the show in Trump impeachment hearings
- Which BigLaw firms have jumped on the bonus bandwagon?
- 2 sets of BigLaw firms confirm merger talks
- Why are experienced women lawyers leaving BigLaw? Survey looks for answers and finds big disparities
- Majority of chief legal officers think a recession is coming, survey finds
- Afternoon Briefs: 2019 could be ‘decent year’ for law firms; tight schedule led to bar exam leak, report says
- 3 judges, including 2 who were shot, receive short suspensions for White Castle altercation
- How do you deal with workplace bullies?
- Diversity in the legal tech community has been slow but steady
- Afternoon Briefs: Madonna sued over late start time of concert; unusual bar ceremony goes viral
- Lawyer pleads guilty to tax charge for allegedly paying personal expenses through law firm account
- Cravath announces associate bonuses; did the firm top Milbank?
- Afternoon Briefs: Law students object to ‘Carey Law’ name; First Step Act beneficiary charged with murder
- Defamation accusations fly in feud between Alan Dershowitz and David Boies
- University lawyer submits resignation after using N-word to make point about free speech
- Law school in this state gets record $125M gift and new name
- Afternoon Briefs: Another EEOC charge filed against DLA Piper; PACER costs will go down—for some
- Law firm’s four-day workweek increased morale and productivity, managing partner says
- BigLaw bonus season begins with announcement from Milbank
- Judge’s concern about lawyers liking him sometimes interfered with ethics compliance, commission says
- Lawyer who blamed missed hearing on grandfather’s death is ordered to supply proof
- Former mortgage-relief law firms ordered to pay $59M for misrepresenting their services
- BigLaw partner lists $166M in liabilities in Chapter 7 filing that would halt suit alleging Ponzi scheme aid