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Investing in a limited partnership or limited liability can expose you to liability for uncollected New York sales taxes, even if you're not actively involved in the business or you have invested only a very small amount. Read the below Client Alert and find out why this can happen to you and how to best protect or at least limit your liability for uncollected sales tax. Read More ›
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The following article was published in the November 4 issue of New York Law Journal.
Reprinted with permission from the November 4 issue of New York Law Journal © 2014. ALM Media Properties, LLC. Further duplication without permission is prohibited. All rights reserved. Read More ›
Moody’s hits a borrower with a “credit negative” if the borrower is organized in a state other than Delaware. Read More ›