6 things to learn from the Trump tax plan proposal

6 things to learn from the Trump tax plan proposal [unable to retrieve full-text content] It’s here: President Donald Trump has released his long-awaited tax plan. The changes, if signed into law, would amount to the first significant corporate and individual tax reform in 31 years. What does the plan mean for you? In theory,…

Expanding Green Roofs in NYC: A Dialogue with the City of Copenhagen

April 20, 2017 Frank J. Guarini Center on Environmental, Energy, and Land Use Law Green roofs promote a number of New York City’s environmental policy goals. Yet, despite their great potential, green roofs are still few and far between in New York. As City policymakers and private actors contemplate the path forward on green roofs,…

Top 5 Legal Tips for Managing Family Members in Your Small Business

Top 5 Legal Tips for Managing Family Members in Your Small Business Maybe you started a family business because you want to love who you work with, to keep the profits in the family, or to establish a brand that will last generations. Or maybe you were just born into it. Either way, managing family…

Transferring Probation or Parole to Another State

Transferring Probation or Parole to Another State When a person is sentenced to probation, or is paroled from prison, many of their individual rights will be restricted until the court appointed supervision gets completed. Among the most serious deprivation of rights includes a parolee’s or probationer’s inability to freely travel around the world, or even…

Details of the Trump Administration Tax Proposal Released Today

Details of the Trump Administration Tax Proposal Released Today Earlier today, Trump administration officials released a document with a set of proposed goals for an overhaul of the federal tax code: Changes to the Individual Income Tax Consolidates the current seven tax brackets into three, with rates on ordinary income of 10 percent, 25 percent,…

Chapter 11 vs Chapter 7: What Small Biz Owners Should Know

Chapter 11 vs Chapter 7: What Small Biz Owners Should Know Entrepreneurs are optimists by nature — no one starts their own business to see it fail. And the last thing most small business owners are thinking about when they’re starting up is declaring bankruptcy. But failure is a fact of life, and not all…

Can You Sue a Cop for an Illegal Search?

Can You Sue a Cop for an Illegal Search? Thanks to the Fourth Amendment to the US Constitutional, individuals are guaranteed protection from unreasonable search and seizure. This right not only requires federal, state, and local law enforcement to meet specific requirements before conducting a search, it also permits individuals to sue the police when…

Cherokee Nation Sues Walmart, CVS, and Walgreens for Opioid Abuse

Cherokee Nation Sues Walmart, CVS, and Walgreens for Opioid Abuse In a lawsuit filed last week in the District Court of the Cherokee Nation, located within the state of Oklahoma, the tribe’s attorney general is alleging Walmart, CVS, and Walgreens, along with 3 major prescription drug distributors, have caused great harm to the Cherokee Nation….

Rape Accused Gayatri Prajapati Arrested Again

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Tampon Taxes: Do Feminine Hygiene Products Deserve a Sales Tax Exemption?

Tampon Taxes: Do Feminine Hygiene Products Deserve a Sales Tax Exemption? Key Findings In 2016, at least 13 states and the District of Columbia considered proposals to exempt feminine hygiene products from the state sales tax. Ultimately, Connecticut, Illinois, New York, and the District of Columbia adopted the proposed exemptions. Ideally, sales tax should apply…