Take a closer look at our expanding list of web logs ("blogs") on a variety of legal topics of interest.
TaxBlawg.net is a resource for news and analysis of current legal issues facing tax practitioners. Although TaxBlawg.net identifies nearly 1,400 active legal blogs or “blawgs,” including 20 related to taxation and estate planning, the needs of tax professionals have received surprisingly little attention. The Wall Street Journal's Tax Blog gives “tips and advice for filers,” and Paul Caron’s legendary TaxProf Blog is an excellent clearinghouse for academic and policy-oriented news. Yet, tax practitioners still lack a dedicated resource to call their own. For those intrepid souls, we offer TaxBlawg.net, a forum of tax talk for tax pros. To access TaxBlawg.net, simply click on the hyperlinked blog title above.
State and Local tax issues require state and local tax knowledge. SALT Blawg provides exactly that knowledge with news updates and commentary about state and local tax issues. You can expect to find relevant information about topics such as income (corporate and personal) tax, franchise tax, sales and use tax, property (real and personal) tax, fuel tax, capital stock tax, bank tax, gross receipts tax and withholding tax. SALT Blawg, offers tax talk for tax pros… in your neighborhood. Click the link to access SALTBlawg.com or subscribe by clicking the appropriate link above.
This blawg reports on new developments in Federal and international taxation that are worthy of comment. The blawg comments on the development itself and whether and the extent to which such development will impact taxpayers, both domestic and foreign. The blawg will report on recent legislation, regulations issued by the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service and important new decisions of the Tax Court and the Federal courts, including the US Supreme Court. Important tax law and tax treaty developments from foreign countries, particularly trading partners, will also be covered.
This blog is primarily about Admiralty and Maritime law decisions, but will also discuss non-Admiralty litigation as well as other legal issues.
This blog does not constitute legal advice of any kind. Moreover, it does not create an attorney/client relationship between the reader and either myself or Chamberlain Hrdlicka. Instead, I merely endeavor to discuss, on a broad level, common issues I see in my practice, as well as recent case developments or news concerning the Maritime industry.
You may access our blog at www.chamberlainlaw.com/maritime-proctor.