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Letting Clients In On the Secrets: Publishing Law Firm Templates

My name is William Carleton. I am not an attorney at the Davis Wright firm. I practice at the McNaul Ebel firm. Joe Wallin has invited me to write this guest post. The views in this post are my own, … Continue reading

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Smart Grid Investment Grants Not Taxable

By Pamela M. Charles and Craig Gannett 03.11.10 In a major smart grid development, the Internal Revenue Service yesterday released guidance (Rev. Proc. 2010-20) providing a safe harbor under which the $3.4 billion in Smart Grid Investment Grants (SGIGs) made … Continue reading

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The Basics of Music Licensing in Digital Media

–> 03.10.10 By David D. Oxenford and Robert J. Driscoll –> Businesses that are involved in digital media use music in many ways—and most require some sort of license to make the use legal. Whether the music is used in … Continue reading

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Storm Clouds on the Horizon: An Uncertain Future for Taxation of Carried Interests

Check out this informative presentation by DWT partner Jim Wreggelsworth on carried interest: Storm Clouds on the Horizon: An Uncertain Future for Taxation of Carried Interests (PPT).

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Obama Shout Out To Zeroing Out Capital Gains On QSB Stock

We’ve written about this before. The President has proposed to reduce the capital gains tax rate on qualified small business stock to zero. He said it again last night in his State of the Union speech. You can view the … Continue reading

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