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Self-Authentication of Electronic Evidence

By David Mollicone. The immense time and energy-saving benefits of technology are no secret, even in the legal field. And the increased use of technology in litigation has created a number of efficiencies related to… Read More >

US Supreme Court Digital Sales Tax Case—The Decision

By Jeffrey D. Moss, Esq. and Jackie Culler, Law Clerk. Following up on an earlier blog post, US Supreme Court To Hear Digital Sales Tax Case, in a 5-4 decision on Thursday, June 21, the US… Read More >

Emergency Workplace Scenarios Can Arise, Are You Prepared?

With active shooter situations on the rise, it is important for individuals and employers to be cognizant of a few guidelines that can help increase a person’s chance of survival and potentially prevent these unfortunate… Read More >

Retail Real Estate Law Experts Dawda Mann Attending RECon

It’s a deal. We’re hoping to hear those words quite a bit this week at the RECon, presented by the International Council of Shopping Centers, in Las Vegas. But any retail real estate professional also… Read More >

What’s Mine Might Be, Legally, Yours

By: Erin Bowen Welch In its March 19, 2018 unanimous opinion, Marlette Auto Wash, LLC v Van Dyke SC Properties, LLC, the Michigan Supreme Court affirmed certain principles of Michigan case law regarding adverse possession… Read More >

Still Haven’t Prepared Your Taxes? Here Are Some Last Minute Tips.

By Chris Mann April 15th is traditionally “Tax Day” in the U.S.  However, April 15th falls on a Sunday this year, and April 16th is “Emancipation Day,” a holiday recognized in Washington D.C. to mark… Read More >

Recap—Canadian Auto Innovation Summit in Detroit

By Samir Mouawad On Thursday, March 22nd, Ryan Olson and I attended the Canadian Auto Innovation Summit in Detroit.  The event was a way for Canadian universities and research organizations to showcase their expertise, talent,… Read More >

US Supreme Court To Hear Digital Sales Tax Case

By Jeffrey D. Moss, Esq. and Jaclyn Culler, Law Clerk On April 17, 2018, the United States Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in South Dakota v. Wayfair. The Court will reconsider the long-standing rule… Read More >

The Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program is Scheduled to End Soon

The IRS announced that the popular offshore voluntary disclosure program (OVDP) used by taxpayers to divulge previously unreported foreign assets with reduced penalties will be ending effective September 28, 2018. Under the terms of the… Read More >

Cash-Out Mergers – Exit Strategy for Deadlocked Majority Shareholders

By Ryan Olson I recently encountered two clients who were having trouble divesting a third minority shareholder out of their business.  The two clients together held a majority interest of a closely-held corporation and they… Read More >