A recent Philadelphia Court ruling rejected a new land valuation method used by the city to assess the property tax burden of condominium owners. In rejecting the city’s approach, the court embraced the traditional valuation process more commonly used to assess the amount of property tax condominium owners must pay.
Temple Law alumna Sara Lima, along with her co-authors Joseph Carr and Michael Kenehan, explore issues of duplicate liability for companies holding unclaimed property.
Temple Law Professor, Alice Abreu, discusses tax reform changes this tax season.
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.
Jonathan Broder explores Qualified Opportunity Zones in the context of Conrail’s use of a QOZ fund to reinvest in property in the Port Richmond section of Philadelphia.
@YoungConaway attorneys discuss Delaware’s adoption of amendments to State entity laws and their effect on companies.
The New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division, has affirmed the Tax Court’s decision in Kraft Foods Global Inc., […]
Harvey M. Katz (LLM ’82, BA ’73) discusses how closely held businesses can effectively fund and use buy-sell arrangements.
Temple Law Professors Alice Abreu and Richard Greenstein discuss the IRS Taxpayer Bill of Rights.
It’s still a guessing game. William C. Hussey, II (LAW ’97) discusses the potential tax implications under the Trump Administration.