Your filing deadline is approaching -- What do you do? This seminar presents, in step-by-step fashion, tried and true tips for researching and drafting a professional-quality brief. Plus: tricks for reducing page-count and word-count, which alone are worth the price of admission.
This three-hour program is designed to provide an inside perspective from the real estate industry on the future of affordable housing in New York City. Speakers will focus on the expansion of inclusionary zoning as well as changes to affordable housing programs under the NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development, NYC Housing Development Corporation, New York City Housing Authority, and New York State Homes and Community Renewal.
This program will include discussion of the different types of pass-through entities, the difference in tax treatment for single-owner entities and multiple owner entities, the required filings for each type of entities at the federal, state and local levels, choice-of-entity considerations for the new entrepreneur, potential tax litigation considerations for pass-through entity owners, the treatment of loss carry backs and carry forwards in pass-through entities, merger and acquisition considerations for owners of pass-through entities, and employment and withholding tax considerations for owners of pass-through entities.
Whether on-line currencies such as Bitcoin turn out to be the subject of intense regulation or simply a new and more efficient way of accommodating payments, this phenomenon is not going to go away. As a column in Forbes magazine recently noted, it remains to be seen what happens with Bitcoin, but retailers, especially those who make their money in the on-line world, are taking notice. As a result, lawyers whose clients will likely be impacted by on-line currency systems need to pay attention to and understand the wide range of legal issues of constitutional, criminal, and commercial significance.
In this program, our moderator will lead a panel of experts in a review and discussion of the critical legal issues that are being raised by on-line currency systems.
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