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Serial ADA Plaintiff Theresa Brooke Returns to Arizona
By: Lindsay Leavitt Attorney, Jennings, Strouss & Salmon, P.L.C. Serial plaintiff Theresa Brooke is back in Arizona filing
more ADA accessibility lawsuits.   Arizona
hotel owners will remember that it was Theresa Brooke who, in 2015, opened the
floodgates o...
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What Happens to Pets in Divorce?
Jennings Strouss Family Law attorney Norma C. Izzo is featured in this ABC15 Arizona news segment regarding pet custody in divorce proceedings.
Visit http://jsslaw.com/professionals/izzo-norma-c for Ms. Izzo's biography.
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Congratulations to the firm's 36 attorneys named to the 2019 Best Lawyers® List.
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Jennings Strouss attorney Brett D. Siglin explains the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 and the Federal Opportunity Zone Program in "New Incentive for Developing Low-Income Communities," Part I of a seven-part blog series on Qualified Opportunity Zones.
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Jennings Strouss energy attorneys Joel L. Greene, Gerit F. Hull, and Andrea Sarmentero Garzón discuss the recent Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals decision regarding the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
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On June 29, 2018, FERC issued an   order   rejecting two proposals ( i.e.,   the Capacity Repricing and the MOPR-Ex proposals) filed by PJM Interconnection, L.L.C. (“PJM”) to address subsidization of resources in its capacity markets (Docket No.   ER18-1314...
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Jennings Strouss congratulates Ambassador Barbara Barrett on being honored with the 2018 @AZChamber 2018 Heritage Award. #arizona #leadership
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Yesterday, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) announced its highly anticipated decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, which revisited its previous decision that required a business to have a physical presence in a state in order to be required to collect state sales/use tax. The article below, authored by Jennings Strouss attorney, Otto S. Shill, III, discusses the array of issues facing online retailers as states continue their efforts to broaden tax bases in light of this decision. What sales can be taxed, how to distinguish digital goods from digital services, and what constitutes sufficient "nexus" in the digital age are issues that top the list of unanswered questions.
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The U.S. Supreme Court Nexus Required for State Taxation of On-Line Sales: But Questions Still Remain
by Otto S. Shill, III, Member, Jennings, Strouss& Salmon, P.L.C. Yesterday morning, the United States Supreme Court announced its highly anticipated decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair , __ U.S. __ (No. 17-494, 2018) in which it revisited the Court’s long-s...
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Jennings Strouss recognizes the invaluable services provided by our Nurse Consultants, who are instrumental in helping defend clients involved in medical malpractice, personal injury, and health care related matters. In acknowledgement of #NationalNursesWeek, please join us in honoring:
Nancy Collison
Kayte del Real
Lisa Gurney
Anne Hughes
Tracy Wilky
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