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After mixed Day 5 of FTC v. Qualcomm antitrust trial, irrelevant German ruling to be handed down later

Day 5 of the FTC v. Qualcomm antitrust trial just concluded. It was the most eventful and interesting day of the first half of this bench trial. The morning and the early afternoon were a total disaster for Qualcomm, but … Continue reading

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Italian Special Tax Regime For High Net Worth Individuals: A Review, Two Years Later

In 2017, Italy introduced a special tax regime intended to attract Italian and foreign nationals who have been resident outside of Italy for at least nine of the previous ten years, to transfer their tax residence to Italy and pay … Continue reading

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On November 20, 2018, the IRS announced that individuals taking advantage of the 2018 through 2025 increased gift and estate tax exclusion amounts will not be adversely impacted if, after 2025, the exclusion amount reverts to pre-2018 levels. The Treasury … Continue reading

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Having Kids Later in Life? Here’s What You Should Consider When Planning Your Estate

More people are choosing to have children later on in life. No matter what stage of life you have a child in, they can bring an abundance of joy and fulfillment—and financial challenges! While all parents work hard to ensure … Continue reading

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Seven Theories of the Case, Updated: One Year Later, What More Do We Know About L’Affaire Russe?

More than a year ago, writing with Jane Chong in May 2017, we laid out what we called, “Seven Theories of the Case: What Do We Really Know about L’Affaire Russe and What Could it All Mean?” The lengthy post … Continue reading

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