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Heather Field on Tax Lawyers as Tax Insurance

Published on: Author: Manoj Viswanathan

A “tax opinion” is a formal, written statement provided by a lawyer to a client about the tax consequences of a specific transaction. In addition to describing the expected tax treatment, the opinion also specifies the lawyer’s confidence in this determination—a “will” opinion indicates near certainty; a “more likely than not” opinion is much more… Continue reading

Alina Ball on Representing Small Businesses Effectively

Published on: Author: Shauna Marshall

Employment and economic growth in the United States have always relied, in part, on the steady creation of small businesses. Start-ups, small restaurants, innovative mom and pop stores, and non-profits are all needed for a healthy economy. Yet, as Professor Alina Ball points out so ably in her article, Primary Care Lawyers: A Holistic Approach… Continue reading