Alvarez & Marsal
While many state and local governments have weathered the COVID-19 pandemic in good financial shape, they face a variety of major uncertainties and challenges going forward...
The City of Los Angeles ULA Tax—a new city tax on certain real estate transactions, commonly referred to as the "mansion tax"—may be invalidated through the November 2024 election.
Week 2 was a short work week as the legislature took Monday off
to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Both chambers held a
number of subcommittee meetings throughout the week.
Farrell Fritz, P.C.
Pursuant to the Nassau County Administrative Code, Section 6-30, the Nassau County Department of Assessment ("the Assessor") is requiring the submission of 2023...
On 26 January 2024, Washington, D.C.'s Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) published a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking...
Learn how to navigate state and local taxes (SALT)—a complex system in the United States with unique codes, agencies, and courts across states and cities, collecting almost $2 trillion.
Taft Stettinius & Hollister
Taft partner Sonya Jindal Tork wrote an article for Bloomberg Tax titled "Companies Must Be Proactive on Conservation Easement Compliance," which was published on Jan. 29.
Partridge Snow & Hahn
Governor Maura Healey signed a tax relief package into law on October 4, 2023, making changes to how the Massachusetts estate tax is calculated.
Gifting real estate property to children is a significant financial and legal decision that requires careful consideration.
As we ring in the New Year, now is a great time to take inventory of some important and comprehensive tax legislative changes that occurred in 2023.
Carter Ledyard & Milburn
At the turn of the new year, New York City unveiled a city-funded adaptation of the 421a tax incentive (named after Section 421a of NY Real Property Tax and Proceedings Law)...
With the changing work environment in recent years, many businesses are reconsidering their office spaces and current leases. This could include renegotiating leases, reducing or increasing space...
Gray Reed & McGraw LLP
Real estate funds and family offices are two types of investors that often (i) purchase equity interests in partnerships and (ii) make in-kind asset distributions...
"Will San Francisco survive?" asked the Salt Lake Tribune. It was 1906 and the city had been largely destroyed by a major earthquake and subsequent fire.
As the final days of 2023 draw near, it appears increasingly unlikely that Congress will have the capacity to pass any year-end tax legislation. With 2024 being an election year and provisions...
Missouri law requires every county assessor (and the St. Louis City Assessor) to reassess the value of each property within their jurisdiction during the spring of every odd-numbered year.
Many Missouri property owners have discovered that their property values have increased – at least according to their county assessors.
Holland & Knight
In this episode of "Counsel That Cares," healthcare policy attorney Lisa Hawke and healthcare attorney Jesse Neil continue a discussion on renewed scrutiny of tax-exempt hospitals.
Kohrman Jackson & Krantz
In recent times, the U.S. office sector has experienced an unprecedented shift in supply and demand dynamics.
For the first time since 2013, the North Carolina General Assembly has altered the form of ballot question local governments must use to secure voter approval of general obligation (GO) bonds.