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A Tale About Rehiring a Sexual Harasser: Who Wins and Loses?

Today’s “#metoo” climate and questions about when someone who has been accused of sexual misconduct, although not convicted of it, should be allowed back into the public sphere (to direct films, do comedy routines, assume an executive role in business … Continue reading

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Insurance Agent Error and Omission—Merlin Law Group Wins Trial

An insurance agent has many responsibilities which to do correctly, requires a great amount of specific education and a lot of attention to detail. Insurance agents are important because they sell one of the most important financial products any of … Continue reading

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FBAR Regulation – IRS wins on Issue of Increased Willfulness Penalty

FBAR Regulation – IRS wins on Issue of Increased Willfulness Penalty – Golding & Golding FBAR Regulation. In 2019, the Court ruled in favor of the IRS regarding willfulness, and that the IRS revised FBAR statute trumps the old regulation … Continue reading

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Mark Gilfix wins Distinguished Author award from Trusts and Estates magazine

Mark Gilfix, a partner at Gilfix and La Poll Associates, was awarded the prestigious Distinguished Authors award from Trusts and Estates magazine for his 2018 article “Aging at Home: How technology and AI can help our clients.” He won in … Continue reading

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IRS Wins Default Judgment in $18M FBAR Penalty Case

IRS Wins Default Judgment in $18M FBAR Penalty Case Recently, a California U.S. District Court entered default judgment in favor of the Government in an FBAR penalty suit in the case of United States v. Masud Sarshar, Case No.: 2:18-cv-7751. Summary … Continue reading

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