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When Worlds Collide: How Tangible Tax Burdens Attach to Digital Commerce in the United States (Part 2)
Introduction Part 1 of this series discussed the proposals adopted by various countries to impose taxes on the digital economy, particularly by taxing various types of digital advertising and other digital services. These taxes allow countries to re...
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When Worlds Collide: How Tangible Tax Burdens Attach to Digital Commerce across the Globe (Part 1)
The world is at a crossroads. The early 1990’s saw the internet opening to the general public, followed shortly thereafter by online sales platforms (Book Stacks Unlimited—1992,—1994, and eBay—1995), and social media platforms in the 2000’...
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New Bill Brings Scrutiny to Foreign Donations and Contracts in U.S. Higher Education
Jun 29, 2021
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Under the proposed U.S. Innovation and Competition Act that just passed the U.S. Senate with bipartisan support and is headed to the House, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) would be given the power to review and potent...
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PLI 2006: Using Prejudgment Remedies to Preserve Nonresident’s United States Assets During Foreign Litigation
Mar 29, 2006
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I. introduction: Prejudgment remedies A. Prejudgment remedies may be used to secure a nonresident defendant's assets in the United States to allow for enforcement of a judgment which may be later obtained in pending litigation not only in forum liti...
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