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07/29/2021
Five years ago, the Wyoming Supreme Court decided two cases, both involving Pennaco Energy, Inc. as lessee of mineral...
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07/22/2021
The state of Utah has found itself in a strong financial position as it closed the books on its latest fiscal year.
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07/21/2021
In response to continuing delays caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the IRS issued Notice 2021-41 (the “Notice”) on June...
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07/21/2021
On July 1, 2021, the IRS issued Revenue Ruling 2021-13, allowing taxpayers that claim the carbon capture tax credit...
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07/20/2021
Although the threat of COVID-19 has not been completely eliminated, many employers are reopening their offices, or at...
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07/19/2021
On July 1, 2021, Wyoming’s Decentralized Autonomous Organization (“DAO”) law (Wy. Stat. § 17-31-101 through 17-31-115)...
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07/09/2021
A few months after COVID-19 closed Internal Revenue Service buildings and employees were sent home to work remotely...
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07/02/2021
OSHA’s new healthcare emergency temporary standard (ETS) does not specifically exclude state and local healthcare...
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Summer 2021
A discussion of recent changes in the calculation of Colorado corporate taxable income.
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06/25/2021
Similar to 2019, in 2021, the Nevada Legislature passed several bills implicating employment issues for both private...
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06/22/2021
The circuit court held that district courts must apply “heightened scrutiny” to settlement agreements containing these...
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06/17/2021
On January 1, 2021, the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020 became law.
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06/16/2021
Idaho has joined several other states in revamping requirements for physician assistants (aka physician associates)...
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06/16/2021
On June 10, OSHA announced two significant developments in the ongoing saga of COVID-19 restrictions in the workplace.
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06/15/2021
The Supreme Court’s decision arose from the case of Nieto v. Clark’s Market, in which an employer declined to pay an...
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06/14/2021
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Service’s Office for Civil Rights in Action (OCR) issued a warning that...
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06/02/2021
Last week, in its unanimous decision Guam v. United States, No. 20-382, the United States Supreme Court attempted to...
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06/01/2021
In environmental law, it’s hard to imagine a topic shrouded in more uncertainty and confusion than the definition of...
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05/28/2021
As states across the nation have responded to an increase in public support for legalized marijuana, including its use...
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