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Courts Serve Deadly FBAR Cocktail: Easier IRS “Willful” Penalty Win

There has been debate as to the “burden of proof” that must be met by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in asserting that an FBAR violation was “willful”.  It appears now that enough legal authority exists giving the IRS a … Continue reading

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Without OVDP, IRS Offshore Willful Penalties Are Looming

Without OVDP, IRS Offshore Willful Penalties Are Looming Without OVDP, IRS Offshore Willful Penalties Are Looming by Golding & Golding, A PLC In the next six (6) months, individuals, estates, and businesses that were willful or need to take a … Continue reading

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A school board member who acts on the advice of counsel will not be found to have engaged in a willful violation or neglect of duty

A school board member who acts on the advice of counsel will not be found to have engaged in a willful violation or neglect of duty Citing a number of Decisions of the Commissioner of Education, including Application of Goldin, 39 … Continue reading

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Finding of willful infringement still doesn't merit injunction under Herb Reed

A.C.T. Prods., Inc. v. W.S. Indus., Inc., No. 16-0476, 2017 WL 4708152 (C.D. Cal. Jul. 14, 2017)Herb Reed strikes again.  The jury found that defendant had engaged in willful trademark infringement and false advertising, but also that the four-year statute … Continue reading

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A school board member seeking the removal of another member must demonstrate willful misconduct or neglect of duty of the part of the member

A school board member seeking the removal of another member must demonstrate willful misconduct or neglect of duty of the part of the member Matter of Powell and Elliott, Decisions of the Commissioner of Education, Decision 16,216 Willa Powell, a … Continue reading

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