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Monthly Archives: September 2011
When you owe estimated taxes, Uncle Sam expects a check 4 times a year and that may be you if any of the following applies to your situation. For most of us, tax day comes just once a year on … Continue reading
IRS Cracking Down on Gift Tax Cheaters | Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog: Real Property, Trust and Estate | Trusts EstatesProf | Gerry W. Beyer | 09/17/11
The IRS estimates that sixty to ninety percent of taxpayers give real estate to family members for little or no consideration and then fail to file Form 709 to report the gift. If the gift is over $13,000, there is … Continue reading
Navigating HIPAA in Claims Litigation | ABA | Robert B. Miller and Tegan Schlatter | Sept 2011 Smart Soloing Newsletter
Miller and Schlatter’s article focuses on the “privacy provisions of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) protect the confidentiality and integrity of protected health information (PHI). HIPAA’s Privacy Rule protects PHI by restricting its disclosure by ‘covered entities.’ … Continue reading
Gina M. Thomas, coordinator of the Phila. OGC Pro Bono Clinic is look for attorneys to volunteer with the PA Office of General Counsel’s Pro Bono Disaster Relief Legal Clinic to benefit victims of recent flooding incidents. She writes: As you … Continue reading
Below are topical groups, by clicking on any of the listed topics, you will be directed to a page with the Court’s opinions. Alternatively, you can search the entire collection for opinions using particular key words or phrases, click here. … Continue reading