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Sutherland is an international legal service provider composed of associated legal practices that are separate entities, doing business in the U.S. as Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP and as Arbis Sutherland LLP in London and Geneva. More than 435 lawyers help the world's largest companies, industry leaders, sector innovators and business entrepreneurs solve their biggest challenges and reach their business goals. Seven major practice areas—corporate, energy and environmental, financial services, intellectual property, litigation, real estate and tax—provide the framework for an extensive range of focus areas.
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Documents by Lawyers at this office
North Carolina Rejects Third-Party Sales of Solar-Generated Electricity
Tracey K. Ledbetter,James A. Orr, April 28, 2016
The North Carolina Utilities Commission recently ruled that third-party sales of solar-generated electricity violate state law. The Commission rejected a test case brought by an advocacy group seeking to legitimize such third-party sales.
UPDATE: Federal Defend Trade Secrets Act Clears the House, Passage into Law Expected
Ann G. Fort,Matt Gatewood,Peter G. Pappas,William L. Warren,Gail L. Westover, April 28, 2016
As expected, overwhelming support for the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 led to its passage in the U.S. House of Representatives yesterday by a 410-2 vote. During the floor debate, one Congressman noted that “Congress has the responsibility to give industries the tools they need to protect...
State Tax Fallout From Federal Proposed Related-Party Debt Regulations
Michele Borens,Jonathan A. Feldman,Jeffrey A. Friedman,Todd A. Lard,Carley A. Roberts, April 27, 2016
Recently proposed Treasury regulations under IRC § 385 (the Proposed Regulations) would create sweeping changes to the federal income tax treatment of related-party debt. The Proposed Regulations could also have far-reaching effects for state income tax purposes, particularly on the...
Year Established: 1924