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July 17, 2024 | New York Law Journal

Supreme Court Round-Up on Tax Issues

On July 1, 2024, the Supreme Court concluded its October 2023 Term. While the term will probably be best known for the presidential immunity decision, the court decided two cases addressing tax issues, and one non-tax case that will reduce the deference courts give the IRS's statutory interpretations and therefore will impact tax controversies for years to come.
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Tereshchenko v. Karimi
Publication Date: 2024-07-17
Practice Area: Attorney Compensation | Family Law
Industry:
Court: U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, U.S. - SDNY
Judge: District Judge Denise L. Cote
Attorneys:
For plaintiff: For the Petitioner, Roman Tereshchenko: Richard Min, Michael Banuchis, Green Kaminer Min & Rockmore LLP, New York, NY.
For defendant: Daniel Lipschutz, Aronson Mayefsky & Sloan, LLP, New York, NY. For the Respondent, Yasamin Karimi: Karen R. King, Morvillo Abramowitz Grand Iason & Anello P.C., New York, NY.
Case number: 23 CV 2006

Fees, Costs Awarded in Hague Convention Child Abduction Action Reasonable, Explained

July 08, 2024 | New York Law Journal

Supreme Court Agrees To Decide Another Mail/Wire Fraud Question

This article describes different approaches taken to a "fraudulent inducement" theory of liability by contrasting the Third Circuit's decision in 'Kousisis' with the Second Circuit's different approach. It concludes with observations on the potential significance of a Supreme Court ruling that further limits the scope of mail/wire fraud.
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June 25, 2024 | New York Law Journal

Attorneys 'On the Move': Pryor Cashman Adds White Collar Partner; SEC Enforcement Attorney Joins Cozen O'Connor

And other announcements of recent hirings and promotions of New York attorneys.
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June 17, 2024 | New York Law Journal

Federal Issue Not Substantial Enough for Removal

Where diversity jurisdiction is lacking, removal to federal court typically requires the removed case to assert a federal cause of action. An exception exists, however, where removal is proper if the state cause of action asserted involves a substantial federal issue.
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June 12, 2024 | New York Law Journal

Invitation Declined: Defenses Against Extradition to the United States

The arm of U.S. extradition law is long. Fortunately, practitioners have defenses at their disposal that they may raise in the requested country's courts to help either limit the scope of prosecution once extradition occurs, or to prevent it altogether.
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June 05, 2024 | New York Law Journal

Partners in Westchester Accounting Firm Plead Guilty to Conspiracy to Defraud the IRS

Defendants were accused of scheming to conceal their clients' personal income and conceal wages paid to their clients' employees, reducing their payroll tax liability.
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Tereshchenko v. Karimi
Publication Date: 2024-05-24
Practice Area: Family Law | International Law
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Court: U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
Judge: Circuit Judge Susan L. Carney
Attorneys:
For plaintiff: For Petitioner-Appellee: Richard Min, Green Kaminer Min & Rockmore, LLP, New York, NY; Daniel Lipschutz, Aronson Mayefsky & Sloan, LLP, New York, NY, on the brief, Michael Banuchis, Green Kaminer Min & Rockmore, LLP, New York, NY.
For defendant: For Respondent-Appellant: Jeremy D. Morley, The International Family Law Office of Jeremy D. Morley, New York, NY, on the brief, Karen R. King, Morvillo Abramowitz Grand Iason & Anello PC, New York, NY.
Case number: 24-172-cv

Circuit Affirms Order Under Hague Convention Placing Children With Father in Third Country

May 15, 2024 | New York Law Journal

'Farhy v. Commissioner': D.C. Circuit Reverses Win for Taxpayers

This article reviews the two decisions in 'Farhy v. Commissioner' and discusses the implications for determining the assessability of penalties going forward.
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May 02, 2024 | New York Law Journal

When Is a Campaign Contribution a Bribe?

Campaign contributions can reflect genuine support for a candidate's positions and appreciation for ordinary aid to constituents. They can also become a bribe—that is, part of an illegal quid pro quo for political favors. What should the test be for deciding when a campaign contribution turns into a bribe?
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