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The Service has Commerciality and [maybe] Private Benefit Hopelessly Wrong in Panera Bread Foundation, Inc. v. Commissioner (Part II)

Yesterday, I talked about the Service's assertion that Panera Bread Foundation, Inc.'s tax exempt status should be revoked because the Foundation violates the commerciality doctrine. The second basis for revocation, according to the Service is that Panera Bread Foundation violates… … Continue reading

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George Mason receives $1.1 million from the Koch Foundation for research on immigration, labor market

From a press item from George Mason University: "George Mason University’s Schar School of Policy and Government has received a $1.1 million gift from the Charles Koch Foundation to pursue research on immigration, population change and labor markets. The five-year… … Continue reading

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It's easy when you have a foundation

I am horrible at math.  Just really suck at it.  And word problems?  Forget about it.  Yeah, I can do simple math but division and fractions have me stumped. My dad was Mr. Awesome at all things math and he could … Continue reading

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Learning About Parkinson’s Disease with Mod Rao – The Michael J. Fox Foundation For Parkinson’s Research

The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research exists for one reason: to accelerate the next generation of breakthrough treatments for those living with Parkinson’s disease through an aggressively funded research agenda. In this podcast, we’ll be talking with Mod … Continue reading

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Jackson v. Kaiser Foundation (Cal. Ct. App. – Feb. 8, 2019)

The Court of Appeal holds that you can't get mandatory relief from an erroneous dismissal (i.e., employ CCP 473(b)) when the dismissal that you're challenging is your own request for dismissal without prejudice.  Even if you made a mistake based … Continue reading

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