To help bankruptcy trustees in their administration of asset cases, we offer a high-level view of some common — but complex — tax issues.
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David R. Kuney of Whiteford Taylor Preston talks about the rapidly shifting landscape of the retail world and issues for practitioners to be aware of in handling landlord or tenant rights.
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"[...]expect more adversary proceedings about what a debtor “obtained” from a creditor and the amount of information the creditor has about the debtor’s financial condition"
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 may have a significant impact on after-tax cash flow in the years following an emergence from chapter 11.
Idaho Bankruptcy Court recently ruled in In re CVAH Inc. that a trustee can “step into the shoes” of the IRS and utilize the transfer avoidance powers within both the FDCPA and the IRC.
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ABI Deputy Executive Director Amy Quackenboss talks with David Cox of Cox Law Group and Elizabeth Gunn of the Office of the Virginia Attorney General about their new consumer book.
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A recent decision by the Seventh Circuit, purchasers of real property through tax sales conducted by certain states may begin to doubt the benefits of such an investment.
District judge refuses to give automatic stay protection to a tax evader.
There are circumstances when taxpayers should be able to discharge debt from untimely returns.
In an increasingly global world hastened by rapid technological advances, dishonest taxpayers now have more means at their disposal than ever before to evade lawful state taxes.
A debtor’s right to overpayments as of the date that a bankruptcy case is filed becomes property of the estate — even if the debtor elects to apply such overpayments to a future tax return.
Puerto Rico judge sides with the Third Circuit by upholding the Anti-Injunction Act in bankruptcy cases.