Temple Law Professor Tom C.W. Lin explores the rise of corporate social activism as a channel for advocacy on some of the most pressing social issues of our time.
In the 2019 Fogel Lecture, Dana Trier, former Deputy Assistant Secretary for Tax Policy at the U.S. Department of the Treasury, urged the audience to give the “grand experiment” of §199A of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (which provides a deduction for qualified business income from pass-through entities) a chance, despite potentially troubling ambiguities.
Maybe number 7 is the charm, but the seventh anniversary of the Introduction to Transactional Skills Program (ITS), Friday October 12, may have been the most impressive showing yet.
William Clark discusses the Model Benefit Corporations Statute #Temple10Q #CorporateResponsibilty #CorporateLaw #TempleLaw
With the 2018-19 school year kicking off, The Temple10-Q offers advice for first-year law students #1LTips #Temple10Q
The #Temple10Q Editors share their #SummerReading list.
The False Claims Act (FCA) has long been a powerful tool for the federal government to generate large […]
The first phase of Philadelphia’s version of The Highline opened on June 14. Located between Broad and Noble […]
Ajay Raju (LAW ’96) sits down with the editors of The 10-Q to discuss law firm growth.
Drinker Biddle attorneys Andrew Kassner and Joseph Argentina (LAW ’09) discuss the dismissal of Rent-A-Wreck’s bankruptcy petition for lack of good faith.