Boardroom Brief Exclusives

  1. IRS introduces new, streamlined compliance program for taxpayers residing outside the U.S.

    The program is expected to provide thousands of people, such as citizens and green card holders living abroad, a new avenue to become tax compliant. Even green card holders with expired green cards may be required to file U.S. tax returns and may benefit from this new penalty-free program.

    by Martin Press, December 16, 2014

  2. Property owners’ right to appeal Clean Water Act ‘wetlands’ designation at stake

    The Pacific Legal Foundation’s appeal of Kent Recycling Services v. Army Corps of Engineers may effect landowners’ ability to appeal designations made by Clean Water Act regulators.

    by Brian Seymour, December 04, 2014

  3. Legal tips for entrepreneurs

    Kevin M. Levy, a tech attorney in Gunster’s Miami office, focused his advice in the areas of investment, equity, contracts and employment law.

    by Boardroom Brief Staff, November 18, 2014

  4. Florida’s water & land conservation battles just beginning

    On November 4, Florida voters passed Amendment 1, dedicating funds for water and land conservation. However, now an interpretive battle looms. The manner in which the budget is written and appropriated by the Florida Legislature will make a big difference in defending new or existing spending under the language of the amendment.

    by Gregory M. Munson, November 05, 2014

  5. Your trust and estate planning update

    The latest edition of the Family Wealth Compass is out! This timely roundup of estate and trust planning tips, information and news comes courtesy of Gunster’s private wealth services attorneys.

    by Lisa Schneider, October 30, 2014

  6. Your guide to the 3 constitutional amendments on Florida’s ballot

    In addition to voting for Florida’s governor, attorney general, agricultural commissioner, chief financial officer, congressional representatives and local and state elected officials, Floridians will also be asked to vote for or against three amendments to our state constitution.

    by Joanna Bonfanti, October 21, 2014

  7. October 08, 2014

    Q. How will American tech firms fare now that Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba went public at $25 billion?

    by Bob White

  8. Estate planning for business women

    Now is the time to turn the focus and energy that allowed you to attain your professional goals toward putting together a power team of professionals to complement your strengths and weaknesses.

    by Lisa A. Schneider, September 29, 2014

  9. September 23, 2014

    Q. When will the JOBS Act (and crowdfunding) begin to benefit business?

    by Bob White

  10. For many business owners, avoiding litigation is the true ‘win’

    In his most recent article published by The Business Journals, Gunster attorney David Bates lists 19 ways in which business owners can help protect themselves and their businesses from future litigation.

    by Boardroom Brief Staff, September 08, 2014
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