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Government Contractors in the Cross-Hairs: Antitrust Division Unveils New Procurement Collusion Strike Force 11-07-2019

V&E Antitrust Update, November 7, 2019

Following months of speculation, on November 5, 2019, the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) formally announced a new initiative targeting collusion in public procurement and government contracting.1

University of Texas School of Law 24th Annual Advanced Patent Law Institute 11-07-2019


DOJ’s FCPA Reach Over Foreign “Agents” 11-06-2019

The Criminal Information against two former executives of Unaoil, Inc. was unsealed on October 30, 2019, laying out the U.S. government’s case against them for facilitating bribes on behalf of companies in foreign countries in exchange for oil and gas contracts.1

Supreme Court to Decide Validity of SEC Disgorgement Actions 11-06-2019

On November 2, 2019, the United States Supreme Court granted the petition for a writ of certiorari in Liu v. SEC to address whether the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) has authority to recover disgorgement of ill-gotten profits from violators of the federal securities laws.

Entrepreneurs Foundation of Central Texas 13th Annual Texas Hold 'Em Poker Tournament 11-06-2019

Vinson & Elkins is pleased to be sponsoring the Entrepreneurs Foundation of Central Texas 13th Annual Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Tournament.

Call on Me: Properly Compensating the On-Call Employee 11-05-2019

Managing the Modern Workplace, November 5, 2019

While firefighters and plumbers have long been used to it, more and more office employees are being required to be remain “on-call” outside normal work hours in order to accommodate the business needs of their employer.

Association for Corporate Growth’s Strategic Acquirer Summit 11-05-2019

V&E counsel Sarah Mitchell will speak at the Association for Corporate Growth’s (ACG’s) Strategic Acquirer Summit in Dallas on Tuesday, November 5.

When “Expressly” No Longer Means “Expressly”: The Federal Circuit’s Raytheon Decision Broadens the Concept of “Expressly Unallowable Costs” and the Potential for Imposition of Penalties 11-04-2019

V&E Government Contracts Update, November 4, 2019

On October 18, 2019, in Raytheon Company v. Secretary of Defense, No. 2018-2371 (Fed. Cir. Oct. 18, 2019), the Federal Circuit affirmed a decision of the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals (“ASBCA”), holding that “salary costs for lobbying activities are expressly unallowable” under FAR 31.205-22 despite the fact that FAR 31.205-22 does not expressly list such salary costs as unallowable.

EPA Issues Supplemental Proposed Rulemaking That Will Increase the Burdens of Non-Exempt Refiners Beginning in 2020 11-04-2019

Environmental Blog

Making good on President Trump’s promise to corn-growing farmers, on October 28, 2019, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published a supplemental notice of proposed rulemaking (Supplemental Proposal) that will effectively increase the renewable fuel obligations of non-exempt refiners and other obligated parties beginning in compliance year (CY) 2020. 

Are English-Only Policies Legal? 10-31-2019

Managing the Modern Workplace, October 31, 2019

As someone who grew up in Mexico City in a home where three languages were spoken (I spoke Spanish with my brother and my friends, French with my mother, and English with my father), I have never been uncomfortable in a workplace where employees might speak in a foreign language, even one that I don’t speak.

SPACs: An Alternative to the Traditional IPO for REITs and Other Real Estate Companies 10-30-2019

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In this REIT Series presentation, V&E REIT professionals provided an overview of the SPAC IPO process and discuss certain considerations and potential transaction structures for SPAC business combinations involving REITs and other real estate companies.


U.K.’s SFO Recognizes Expectation that Compliance Functions Will be Insulated from Routine Cost Cutting Pressures 10-30-2019

Sarah Lawson, the General Counsel of the U.K.’s Serious Fraud Office (“SFO”), recently emphasized that corporate compliance functions must be well resourced and that the SFO expects such programs should be insulated from routine cost-cutting pressures. 

25th Annual Houston Association of Petroleum Landmen Offshore Seminar 10-30-2019

V&E partner Jason Levine will present “The Trouble with Emojis: Emerging Legal Issues and Proposed Business Responses” at this year’s 25th Annual Houston Association of Petroleum Landmen Offshore Seminar.

One Agency in Washington is Definitely on the Job 10-29-2019

Managing the Modern Workplace, October 29, 2019

If your company is a federal contractor, do not assume that the current administration is uninterested in enforcing discrimination laws. In fact, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) has collected record amounts from government contractor employers during the Trump administration. 

The European "CFIUS": Understanding the EU Foreign Investment Screening (EUFIS) 10-29-2019

A non-CLE program presented by the ABA Section of International Law International Antitrust Law Committee. Co-sponsored by the ABA Section of International Law International M&A Joint Venture Committee and Europe Committee. 

Dispute Resolution in the International Oil & Gas Business 10-25-2019

V&E partner Jim Loftis will speak on a panel at the 2019 Dispute Resolution in the International Oil & Gas Business Conference hosted by AIPN (Association of International Petroleum Negotiators) and ICDR (International Centre for Dispute Resolution).

California Criminalizes Arbitration Agreements 10-24-2019

Managing the Modern Workplace, October 24, 2019

On October 10, 2019, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a law that prohibits employers from requiring any applicant or employee “waive any right, forum or procedure for a violation of any provision of the California Fair Employment and Housing Act.”

Data Without Borders: The U.S. and UK Sign CLOUD Act Agreement Making it Easier to Gather Electronic Evidence 10-24-2019

The United States and the United Kingdom recently entered the first ever CLOUD Act Agreement, which aims to streamline the process by which either government can collect electronic evidence located in the other country.

Opportunities and Threats: Recent Legal Developments in the International Energy Sector 10-23-2019

Energy Series Logo - Mini Thumbnail - 50px WideRecent developments in English law have highlighted some of the challenges facing companies in the international energy markets. Join us as we consider the implications for deals and operations going forward.

When Onboarding New Employees, Keep An Eye on Privilege Issues 10-22-2019

Managing the Modern Workplace, October 22, 2019

There are a lot of good folks out there who might help your company but who have noncompete agreements or other restrictions in agreements with their current or recent employers. To decide whether to hire such employees, you may decide that you should review their agreement, have discussions with them about the restrictions, and maybe even reach out to their prior employer. 

Solar & Storage Finance USA 10-29-2018

Kaam Sahely will be speaking on the "Investors- How Is Investment Appetite for PV and Storage Evolving" panel and Peter Marshall will be moderating the "2018: The Year Solar & Storage Came of Age?" panel at this two-day solar conference.

Thirty First ITF Public Conference: Human Rights in International Investment Law 10-26-2018

V&E senior associate Alex Slade will speak on the panel "Interpretation of human rights obligations by international tribunals."

Rystad Energy Information Session 10-25-2018

Please join Lars Lysdahl, Head of New York Consulting for Rystad Energy and Robert Seber, Partner, Mergers & Acquisitions and Private Equity at Vinson & Elkins LLP for a morning of knowledge sharing.

CRE.Converge 2018 10-17-2018

On Wednesday, October 17th, V&E partners Greg Cope and Chris Mangin and senior associate Sarah Fortt will be speaking on a panel titled “Advising the Board on Crisis Management” during the General Counsel Forum at CRE.Converge.

TowerXchange Meetup Africa 2018 10-09-2018

Vinson & Elkins is pleased to be sponsoring the TowerXchange Meetup Africa 2018.

The Deal Economy Conference - Chicago 09-24-2018

V&E partner Steve Gill will speak on the Shareholder Activism panel alongside senior executives from Edelman, Voce Capital Management, Legion Partners, and Innisfree M&A Incorporated on September 24th.

Estimating System Adequacy - The Price Has to Be Right! 09-20-2018

Dan Graham of V&E’s Washington, D.C. office and Mike Mardesich of DHG’s Government Contract Advisory will be presenting on a webinar on the government’s recent assessment and audits of contractor's estimating systems and adequacy reviews of contractor's cost proposals.

Preparing for and Managing Risks Involved with Cross-Border Investigations 09-20-2018

Energy Series Logo - Mini Thumbnail - 50px WideThree former prosecutors will walk us through the government investigation process, from examining the types of events that trigger an investigation to negotiating a settlement.

American Bar Association Business Law Section Annual Meeting 09-13-2018

V&E partners Manuel Berrelez and Devika Kornbacher will speak at this year’s ABA Business Law Section Annual Meeting on Friday, September 14.

5th Annual Women in Litigation Forum – New York Benchmark Litigation 09-05-2018

V&E counsel Jennifer Freel is a speaker on the panel, “Creating a Great Legal Workplace,” at the 5th Annual Women in Litigation Forum.

Insuring M&A Transactions | A&D Strategies and Opportunities Conference and Workshop – Hart Energy Conferences 09-05-2018

V&E counsel Sarah Mitchell is a panelist at the roundtable, “Insuring M&A Transactions” which will delve into the role of insurance in securing that value by reducing business risks, which can range from aborted deals to assumption of unwanted liabilities to sub-par returns.

The Nuts and Bolts of Representations and Warranties Insurance in M&A Transactions 09-05-2018

In this LIVE Webcast, V&E counsel Sarah Mitchell will join a seasoned panel of thought leaders and professionals brought together by The Knowledge Group to provide an in-depth analysis of the fundamentals as well as recent developments in representations and warranties insurance in M&A Transactions.

29th Annual Labor and Employment Law Institute 08-24-2018

V&E Labor & Employment lawyers Chris Bacon and Phileda Tennant are presenting at the State Bar of Texas' 29th Annual Labor and Employment Law Institute, a two-day course on the latest Labor and Employment topics and trends.

Bi-Monthly Cartel & Criminal Practice Update 07-30-2018

V&E lawyers Craig SeebaldLindsey Vaala, and Ryan Will will report on recent Antitrust division enforcement actions and related litigation, policy updates, international coordination, and other important developments in criminal antitrust law. 

Competition Developments in Brazil, the US and EU – What Brazilian Counsel and Companies Need to Know 07-13-2018

BMA and V&E are co-sponsoring a forum on Competition Developments in Brazil, the US and EU in BMA's São Paulo office on July 13, 2018. V&E partner, Hill Wellford, will be presenting alongside BMA partners Marcos Exposto and José Inacio Ferraz de Almeida Prado Filho.

The C2 Summit: Winning US Government Contracts Worldwide & Networking Event 06-28-2018

V&E Counsel, Jamie Tabb, will be a panelist at the C2 Summit: Winning US Government Contracts Worldwide & Networking Event in Dubai.

TowerXchange Meetup Americas 2018 06-20-2018

V&E partner Robert Dixon will chair the roundtable discussion "Swift and Effective Evaluation of M&A Opportunities in New Markets."

4th Annual GAR Live Energy Disputes 06-14-2018

Vinson & Elkins is pleased to be sponsoring the 4th Annual GAR Live Energy Disputes. The event will feature a series of thought provoking panel discussions and a networking lunch, and will conclude with a drinks reception from 5:40 p.m. onwards. 

2018 Kayo Women’s Energy & Resources Summit 06-13-2018

V&E partners Caroline Blitzer Phillips, Sarah Morgan, and Lina Dimachkieh will each speak on panels on Wednesday, June 13th and Thursday, June 14th at the conference in Houston.

National Investor Relations Institute Annual Conference 06-10-2018

On Sunday, June 10th, V&E's Steve Gill and Patrick Gadson will present, "What to Do When the Barbarians Are At Your Gate: A Shareholder Activism Bootcamp" at the NIRI Annual Conference in Las Vegas.

Preparing for an IPO: Market Update, Process and Timeline 11-09-2016

Energy Series Logo - Mini Thumbnail - 50px WideIn this program, V&E attorneys discuss recent IPO activity in the energy space, the IPO timeline and process overview, issues that arise during the IPO process, financial statement and structuring considerations, and governance matters.

MLP Qualifying Income and Market Update 09-14-2016

Energy Series Logo - Mini Thumbnail - 50px WideThis program will cover the status of the proposed qualifying income regulations and 2016 MLP capital markets transactions, with a focus on institutional preferred equity.

Energy REITs and Real Estate MLPs 07-13-2016

Energy Series Logo - Mini Thumbnail - 50px WideThis presentation introduced V&E’s new nationally recognized team of Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) lawyers to the firm’s clients, and explored the corporate and tax similarities between master limited partnerships (MLPs) and REITs.

MLP Simplifications, Roll-Ups, and Recapitalizations 03-09-2016

Energy Series Logo - Mini Thumbnail - 50px WideIn this presentation, V&E attorneys cover sponsor acquisitions of MLPs, MLP acquisitions of GPs and IDRs, and subordinated unit restructurings.

Key Considerations in Distressed Upstream M&A 02-17-2016

Energy Series Logo - Mini Thumbnail - 50px WideIn this program, attorneys from V&E’s Corporate and Bankruptcy practices provide strategic and practical issues to consider when acquiring oil and gas properties from distressed, insolvent and bankrupt sellers.

Alternative Sources of Capital Raising in a Distressed Market 01-13-2016

Energy Series Logo - Mini Thumbnail - 50px WideThis program covers alternative sources of capital raising in a distressed market, including private master limited partnerships (private MLPs), private investments in public equity (PIPEs), preferred offerings to private equity investors and the retail public (private and retail preferred offerings), and MLP consolidations (MLP roll-ups).

MLP 101 10-14-2015

Energy Series Logo - Thumbnail - 125x120This program covers the typical organizational and capital structure of MLPs, governance and accounting issues, and a primer on tax considerations and qualifying income.

Corporate and MLP Securities Litigation 01-21-2015

Energy Series Logo - Mini Thumbnail - 50px WideLitigation challenging the fairness of M&A transactions involving MLPs (and LLCs) has remained strong. The presentation will review recent case law regarding investment banking fairness opinions, conflicts of interest, and adequacy of disclosures in proxy or registration statements.

MLP 201 11-18-2014

The course will cover advanced MLP topics, including a discussion of qualifying income considerations and international MLP assets, with a brief update on the recent IRS private letter ruling pause.

Commodities in the Crosshairs: CFTC Joins DOJ and the SEC to Target Commodity Traders for Corrupt Practices Abroad 10-10-2019

The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (“CFTC”) is entering the fight against foreign bribery and corruption.

Commerce Restricts Trade with 28 Chinese Entities 10-09-2019

V&E Export Controls Update, October 9, 2019

Effective October 9, 2019, the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (“BIS”) added 28 Chinese entities to the Entity List – twenty governmental security bureaus and eight technology companies – thereby effectively barring exports, reexports and transfers of items subject to U.S. jurisdiction to these entities.

Trump Administration Plans to Ramp Up Total Renewable Fuel Volumes Under the RFS Program for 2020 10-09-2019

Environmental Blog

On October 4, 2019, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) signaled an abrupt change to the status quo, by announcing plans to issue a final rulemaking that will increase total renewable fuel volumes under the federal Renewable Fuel Standards (RFS) program beginning in 2020 to compensate for volumes lost whenever the EPA grants waivers to “small refiners,” who successfully claim a disproportionate economic hardship under the program.

De mortuis nil nisi bonum. 10-09-2019

Managing the Modern Workplace, October 9, 2019

The death of an employee is an upsetting and traumatic occurrence. It is also very likely to be unexpected. Thus, it is preferable to have a basic framework in mind for dealing with such an occurrence before it happens.  

DOJ’s Civil Fraud Director Addresses Recent FCA Policy Developments 10-09-2019

On September 19, 2019, speaking at the Practising Law Institute’s Government Contracts 2019 event, Michael Granston, the Director of the Civil Fraud Division at the Department of Justice (“DOJ”), provided an update on the government’s enforcement activities under the False Claims Act (“FCA”).1

Pre-ticked Consent is No Consent at All: CJEU Issues Ruling on “Active Consent” 10-04-2019

V&E Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Update, October 4, 2019

On October 1, 2019, the Court of Justice of the European Union (the “CJEU”) issued a ruling aimed at defining the meaning of consent in the EU data privacy regime.

Don’t Forget WARN Warnings When Reducing Head Count 10-03-2019

Managing the Modern Workplace, October 3, 2019

We have not talked much about the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (“WARN”) in recent years both because unemployment has been low and we have not seen many plant closings or mass layoffs that would trigger WARN. 

Proposed Law Seeks to Seal “8-K Trading Gap” 10-03-2019

The recently proposed 8-K Trading Gap Act of 2019 seeks to address a perceived loophole in current insider trading laws, creating additional regulation and potential source of insider trading liability for directors and executives.

New SCOTUS Term Tackles Big Criminal Law Issues: Unanimous Juries, the Insanity Defense, and Public Corruption 10-02-2019

On Monday, the Supreme Court begins a new term with several note-worthy criminal cases on its docket.

OSHA Issues to be Discussed at Hydraulic Fracturing Symposium 10-01-2019

Managing the Modern Workplace, October 1, 2019

On Thursday, Vinson & Elkins will put on its Ninth Annual Fracking Symposium. This is always a popular seminar where professionals discuss evolving industry practices in the United States, environmental and regulatory developments, market considerations, and litigation risks affecting the industry.

Nevada Ups the Ante by Introducing an Opt-Out Right for Online Consumers 10-01-2019

V&E Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Update, October 1, 2019

On October 1, 2019, Nevada’s amended Internet privacy law (“Amended Law”) went into effect.

After a Long Delay, the DOL Issues a New Overtime Rule 09-26-2019

Managing the Modern Workplace, September 26, 2019

In November 2016, a Texas federal judge enjoined the Obama administration’s regulations that sought to raise the salary-level requirement for white collar exemptions under the Fair Labor Standards Act from $23,660 to $47,476. Rather than appeal the injunction, the new Trump administration instead chose to withdraw the regulations so that they could be reconsidered.

Nissan Agrees to Pay $16.1 Million to Settle SEC’s Claim of Fraudulent CEO Compensation 09-25-2019

Despite never paying any of the compensation at issue and without admitting or denying the allegations, the Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. (“Nissan”) agreed to pay the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) $15 million to settle a claim that it engaged in a $140 million fraudulent compensation scheme. 

As Pushback Grows in Europe Against Facebook’s Libra, Walmart Considers its own Cryptocurrency 09-25-2019

A few weeks ago we wrote about the skepticism Libra, Facebook’s proposed cryptocurrency, faced from U.S. regulators. Since then, Libra’s unpopularity has spread across the Atlantic.

ICC Update Note – A Step Towards Greater Transparency 09-25-2019

V&E International Dispute Resolution Update, September 25, 2019

This update provides a reminder of the ICC update note issued by the ICC on 20 December 2018 (effective from 1 January 2019) to parties and arbitral tribunals on the conduct of arbitrations under the ICC Rules of Arbitration (the “2019 Update”). 

T or F: Employers Shall Make No Rule Abridging the Freedom of Speech? 09-24-2019

Managing the Modern Workplace, September 24, 2019

It’s been so long since I’ve taken a True/False quiz, and as a young man I generally detested the format. Although the answer to the question in the title of this post is False, there really is more to it than that!

ABA Women in Antitrust Spotlight 09-23-2019

First published by ABA Antitrust Connect, Sept. 19, 2019

This ABA Women in Antitrust spotlight features Alanna Rutherford, Vice President in charge of Global Litigation & Competition at Visa.

Treasury Proposes Regulations to Implement CFIUS Reform Law: 10 Things You Need to Know 09-20-2019

V&E CFIUS Update, September 20, 2019

On Tuesday, September 17, 2019, the U.S. Department of the Treasury, which chairs the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (“CFIUS”), released long-anticipated proposed regulations to implement key elements of the CFIUS reform law, the Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act of 2018 (“FIRRMA”).

So Long Side-Hustle? – California Aims to Reshape “Gig Economy” With Bill AB 5 09-19-2019

Managing the Modern Workplace, September 19, 2019

Last Wednesday, the California legislature passed bill AB 5, a sweeping measure sure to impact the “gig economy” and any business that likens itself the “Uber of _____.”  If signed into law (and the governor has already signaled his intention to sign it), AB 5 would require many companies to re-classify as “employees” many workers who are currently classified as independent contractors, so long as they satisfy certain criteria. 

THE ABC’S OF AB 5—California Passes Legislation to Rein in Gig Economy 09-19-2019

Last Wednesday, the California legislature passed bill AB 5, a sweeping measure sure to impact the “gig economy” and any business that likens itself the “Uber of _____.”

Cyber-insurance 101: The Basics 09-30-2019

Increasingly, organizations are purchasing cyber-insurance or requiring their vendors to do so to mitigate risks related to cyber-attacks. In this video, partner Devika Kornbacher helps companies think through choosing the coverage that is best for them.

Protecting Data in Unlikely Places 09-25-2019

Intellectual Property partner Devika Kornbacher discusses how to protect your company data in unlikely places.

V&E's Matt Jacobs Discusses Legal Implications from Indictments in Mueller Investigations 01-31-2019

Matt Jacobs appears on MSNBC to discuss the legal implications of Roger Stone’s indictment in the Mueller investigations.

V&E's Matt Jacobs Weighs in on Committee Investigation 01-14-2019

Matt Jacobs sits in on an MSNBC panel to discuss the subject of legal troubles facing the Trump family in light of allegations of the inaugural committee misusing and abusing funds.

V&E’s Matt Jacobs Weighs In on the Mueller Investigation 01-07-2019

V&E's Matt Jacobs, a former federal prosecuter, sits down with MSNBC during a panel discussing the Mueller investigation. 

REIT IPO Activity Could Pick Up in Late 2018 04-11-2018

First published by Nareit, April 3, 2018

Daniel LeBey, partner, capital markets and M&A at Vinson & Elkins LLP, participated in a video interview at REITwise 2018, Nareit’s Law, Accounting & Finance Conference in Hollywood, Florida.

Why Join V&E: Your Development as a Lawyer 01-02-2018

Hear from V&E Partner John B. Connally, Practice Group Leader, former Management Committee member, and LGBT affinity group member, on what he thinks are the two most important things when considering where to start your law career.

The International Reach of The Defend Trade Secrets Act 09-12-2017

V&E partner Craig Tyler outlines implications of the Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) for misappropriation taking place outside of the U.S. and looks specifically at the International Trade Commission as a venue for cracking down on misappropriating products imported into the U.S.

Testing the Waters: The First Few Months of The Defend Trade Secrets Act 09-12-2017

On May 11, 2016, the Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) was signed into law, providing a federal civil remedy for trade secrets misappropriation. 

An Intro to The Defend Trade Secrets Act 05-11-2017

The new Defend Trade Secrets Act was signed into law by President Obama on May 11, 2016. V&E partner Steve Borgman explains what the new law is, how it differs from existing trade secrets law, and how the new law can be beneficial to parties involved in a trade secrets dispute.

Intellectual Property Rights in Complex Cross-Border Operations 05-11-2017

A common problem that arises in complex cross-border operations involving intellectual property is something referred to as the coordination problem. Rights under the law in one country may be exploited under the laws of another country. These problems can be addressed contractually if proper forethought is given.

A Profile of V&E’s Energy Appellate Practice 08-31-2016

Marie Yeates, co-chair of V&E's Appellate practice, and Appellate partner Michael Heidler have deep experience handling energy appeals, particularly in Texas and Louisiana.

A Closer Look at EPA's New Methane Rules for the Oil and Gas Industry 06-22-2016

On May 12, 2016, EPA issued a slate of final rules and an information request under the Clean Air Act directed at the oil and gas industry. This is the first time EPA is directly regulating methane as a greenhouse gas. These rules will have widespread application to the oil and gas industry, including production, processing, transmission, and storage. 

Employment Consideration in International Asset Transactions 06-03-2016

Martin Luff, counsel in V&E’s International Employment practice, highlights some of the differences between U.S. and international transactions with regards to the transfer of employment and employee benefits. Buyers and sellers must consider all potential issues that may arise in the different jurisdictions where business deals occur.

Global Reductions in Force 06-03-2016

Martin Luff, counsel in V&E’s International Employment practice, highlights the issues employers must consider when implementing global layoffs or reductions in force.

Workers’ Compensation Insurance: Do You Have the Coverage You Think You Do? 06-03-2016

There are several benefits to workers’ compensation insurance. For example, it provides benefits to an employee in the event of a workplace injury and provides an exclusive remedy protecting the employer from most types of negligence claims.

Changes to the Partnership Audit Tax Rules – What Partnerships Need to Consider Now 02-04-2016

Major changes to the rules for auditing the tax items of partnerships were made by the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 and will come into effect in 2018.

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