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Tax Competition of a Different Flavor at the OECD

Last week the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) hosted a public consultation on several proposals to rearrange international tax rules. The policies up for discussion include three separate approaches to reallocate taxing rights among countries and two proposals … Continue reading

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3 Different Types Of Originality For Photos

Copyright can be created when photo is taken. But how exactly does a work, such as a photo, qualify for copyright protection? Generally, for a work to qualify for copyright protection, it must be an original work of authorship that … Continue reading

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New Trademarks Rules Require a Different Approach for Swag

Including promotional items in trademark use descriptions will require a different approach under the new trademark rules. On June 17, 2019, the Trademarks Act and the registration process are changing dramatically. Trademark applications will have to classify the goods and … Continue reading

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What Makes a High Net Worth Divorce Different?

A high net worth divorce is often different from other divorces due to the diversity and complexity of properties owned and the debts that are incurred. In a high net worth divorce, you are more likely to encounter complex property … Continue reading

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Republicans, Democrats Offer Different Views on Preemption During Senate Privacy Hearing

At a February 27, 2019 hearing on “Privacy Principles for a Federal Data Privacy Framework in the United States,” Republican and Democratic members of the Senate Commerce, Science, & Transportation Committee offered different perspectives on whether new federal privacy legislation … Continue reading

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