Ladidas Lumpkins, Partner-In-Charge of Private Wealth Services joins a discussion with Barry Werbin, Counsel in Herrick’s Intellectual Property Group, and R. Andrew Shore, Partner in Herrick’s Trusts & Estates department, on post-mortem rights of publicity – estate taxation and valuation issues. Click here
Don't miss E. Martin Davidoff, Partner-in-Charge, National Tax Controversy, and Alison Gadoua, Tax Controversy Specialist, as they facilitate this Federal Tax Practice Study Group on August 3, 2021.
Since the audience for this article comprises accountants, let’s start with a number: 35%. What is that? It is the percentage of organizations in the United States that have “a formalized succession planning process.” Meaning just a little over one-third of U.S. businesses are prepared for....
The term “Three-Martini Lunch” was coined in the U.S. during the 1960’s and 1970’s when NYC executives would gather and claim that these libations made them more creative.
If the pandemic has given us one positive, it’s perspective. Frankly, the business and the work are just the business and the work. The health and well-being of real people – physical, mental, and emotional – are far more important.
Don't miss E. Martin Davidoff, Partner-in-Charge, National Tax Controversy, and Alison Gadoua, Tax Controversy Specialist, as they facilitate this special study group webinar on June 17, 2021. Sponsored by the AAA-CPA,
Prager Metis Partners, E. Martin Davidoff and Robbin Caruso, will be speaking at the AAA-CPA Annual Meeting taking place June 23-26. E. Martin Davidoff will present “IRS Offers in Compromise: A Case Study” during the Thursday morning session.
A team member recently told me about their battle with dieting and cookies. Like many of us, the time spent in quarantine this past year was not kind to their waistline, and they resolved to get back into shape by steering clear of snacks.
The recently passed Budget Act was designed to benefit owners of eligible pass-through entities. This article highlights the key provisions of the Budget Act, workarounds enacted by other states, and general pass-through legislation considerations.
“Did you hear Michael is leaving? That’s a huge loss! You can’t replace someone like that. Somebody screwed up big time. What do we do now?” This is a fairly common emotional reaction in the lunchroom when a top performer leaves