Tag Archives: INTENT

Episode 008: Get your chocolate bar out of my peanut butter! (The role of intent in determining the scope of a VA Claim)

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A resolution increasing a NYSHIP participating employer's contribution for health insurance premiums is temporary absent a manifest intent to create a permanent right

Noting that there was nothing in the language of the NYSHIP participating employer's 1976 policy addressing employer contributions towards employee and retiree health insurance premiums that would create private contractual rights, this decision points out that the rules and regulations … Continue reading

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Kerr on Aesthetic Play and Bad Intent @GeorgetownLaw

Andrew Jensen Kerr, Georgetown University Law Center, is publishing Aesthetic Play and Bad Intent in Minneosta Law Review Headnotes (2018) (forthcoming). Here is the abstract. Threatening words or images are assumed by American courts to be non-art. But this threshold … Continue reading

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Intent Tells All – “Bona Fide Resident” for FEIE

Just a few months back, in Hudson v. Commissioner, T.C. Memo. 2017-221, the US Tax Court held that a pilot working for Korean Air and living in a hotel in South Korea while there for his work could not claim … Continue reading

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Letters of Intent Without a Final Contract are Just a Piece of Paper

Letters of Intent are often a good place to start negotiations for all types of transactions. I’ve written about this before (see post HERE). They can be very helpful in setting the parties’ expectations and helping to draft the contract.  … Continue reading

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