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Nov 2002
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November 01, 2002

Developers Should Consider Tax Consequences of Acquiring Qualified Agricultural Property

Commercial and residential developers are always searching for new real estate to develop. Notwithstanding changes in the law that have made the redevelopment of urban property more viable, develop...

Oct 2002
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October 01, 2002

Anti-Spam Legislation: Limitations on E-Mail Advertising

Advertising is an integral aspect of any business. With the onset of the Digital Age, many businesses have considered sending electronic mail to potential customers to advertise their services. Bef...

Oct 2002
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October 01, 2002

Estate Planning Focus - Fall 2002

Topics included in this issue:529 Plans: Buyer BewareFlorida Intangibles Tax UpdateStatus of Estate Tax RepealUpdate: Family Limited Partnerships and LLCsFED Drops Interest Rates - AgainTop 5 Reaso...

Oct 2002
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October 01, 2002

Failure to Pay Sales Commissions Results in Treble Damages Plus Attorney Fees

A manufacturer who failed to pay commissions that it knew were due to an independent sales representative ended up paying more—much more. In Peters v. Gunnell, Inc., Nos. 230721, 231661 (Mich...

Oct 2002
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October 01, 2002

Ten Tips from the Other Side of the Appellate Bench

Appellate Practice Section NewsletterTen Tips from the Other Side of the Appellate Benchby John J. BurschPrior to entering private practice, I spent one year clerking for the Honorable James B. Lo...

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