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Rimon Partner, Brent Nelson, Co-Writes Article on Stack Business and Charitable Deductions for Maximum Savings

Insight Brent Nelson Brent Nelson · November 08, 2019
Rimon's Brent Nelson co-writes part two of an article on stacking business and charitable deductions for maximum savings, and drastically magnifying the power of your clients' charitable dollars. The Pass-Through Income Deduction under Code Section 199A (“199A Deduction”) allows taxpayers to deduct up to 20% of their

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Beware of employee equity, the credit cards of the venture community

Insight Dror Futter Dror Futter · November 04, 2019
Dror Futter focuses his practice on startup companies and their investors and has worked with a wide range of technology companies. His fifteen years’ experience as in-house counsel includes positions with Vidyo, Inc., a venture-backed videoconferencing company, and New Venture Partners, a venture fund focused on corporate

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Pass-Through and Charitable Deductions Explained

Insight Brent Nelson Brent Nelson · October 05, 2019
Rimon's Brent Nelson co-writes an article on pass-through and charitable deductions. An overview of how these two deductions function, with an eye toward stacking their benefits. The Pass-Through Income Deduction under Code Section 199A (199A Deduction) allows taxpayers to deduct up to 20% of their pass-through business income. However,

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Block.one, Creator of EOS, Settles with the SEC. Was it a Slap on the Wrist? Did EOS Get a Pass from the Feds?

Insight Dror Futter Dror Futter · October 03, 2019
The SEC recently reached a $24 million settlement with Block.one for its unregistered offering of over $4 billion worth of EOS tokens. The Crowdfunder Insider news site reached out to Rimon partner Dror Futter for comment on this unusual development. “This seems to place EOS in the same category as Ether, a token that likely was a security

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Incoming European Commission Leadership Will Continue to Examine Tax Arrangements Aggressively

Insight Stephen Díaz Gavin Stephen Díaz Gavin · October 02, 2019
Incoming European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has set out as her primary goal moving forward the mission of further unifying Europe and “protecting the European way of life.”  As a result, there will continue to be close oversight and aggressive regulation of non-European companies under the new EC administration set

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Craig Wright’s Hidden Treasures: Court Order to Unlock the Tulip Trust

Insight Dror Futter Dror Futter · September 23, 2019
Rimon Law Fintech Partner, Dror Futter, recently contributed to a cointelegraph.com bitcoin article. Since early 2018, Craig Wright, a controversial Australian computer scientist and tech entrepreneur, has been the defendant in a lawsuit filed on behalf of the estate of Dave Kleiman, Wright’s late business

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On the Second Anniversary of the DAO: The Token Universe’s Cat Food Moment

Insight Dror Futter Dror Futter · August 21, 2019
It has been two years since the SEC took its first formal action with respect to a token issuance.  Since then there has been a great deal of regulatory activity that has provided some clarity.  In this article, Rimon partner Dror Futter provides an in-depth regulatory summary of where things stand for those considering issuing a

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Rimon’s Patricia Annino completes volumes 21 and 22 of the Massachusetts Practice Series on Probate Law

Insight Patricia Annino Patricia Annino · August 21, 2019
Probate Law and Practice with Forms is a guide to probate of estates featuring forms, expert analysis, and treatment of will contests, taxation, guardians, personal representatives, trusts, sales, mortgages, and appeals and review. Probate Law and Practice with Forms (Massachusetts Practice Series, Volumes 21 and 22) is an invaluable

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Blockchain utility tokens: throwing the baby out with the (securities regulation) bathwater?

Insight Sam Miller Sam Miller · August 07, 2019
The digital asset roadshow continued this last week with The July 30th Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee hearing on virtual currencies and online market places, convened to hear “…how Congress should regulate digital currencies and blockchain technologies in the online financial market…”. Just a few

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Third circuit affirms plan distributions are not proceeds of collateral

Insight Douglas J. Schneller Douglas J. Schneller · July 29, 2019
In Energy Future Holdings Corp. v. Morgan Stanley Capital Grp., Inc., 2019 U.S. App. LEXIS 18458 (3d Cir. 2019) (“EFH”), the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit issued an important, albeit nonprecedential, opinion about whether adequate protection payments and plan distributions made during a bankruptcy case should be

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