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Bruce W. Tigani chairs the Morris James' Tax, Estates & Business Practice Group. With a law career spanning over 30 years, he maintains a broad-based business, tax, healthcare and real …

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Morris James LLP is Pleased to Announce Corporate INTL Has Named the Firm Tax Planning - Law Firm of the Year in Delaware

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Morris James is pleased to announce Corporate INTL has named the firm Tax Planning - Law Firm of the Year in Delaware.  The Corporate INTL publications reach hundreds of thousands of business leaders and decision makers in the finance and advisory communities worldwide.  Corporate INTL has a database of over 1 million business leaders, investors, in-house counsel, financiers and advisers.  More ›

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017: A Business Perspective Client Update

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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (the "Act") enacted in December is a sweeping tax package with significant impact on both businesses and individuals. While certain of the Act’s provisions – such as those curtailing state and local/real estate tax deductions going forward – received quite a bit of press suggesting that the Act might raise the tax bills of many individuals, a number of its changes present new planning opportunities for substantial tax savings.

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act 2017 Newsletter

Strategic Planning in the Face of Continued Uncertainty

During the first nine months of 2017, we have provided counsel across a broad spectrum of Physician practices, including specialties such as Orthopaedic Surgery, Radiology, Oncology, Pathology, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Pediatrics and Nephrology.  In addition to issues relating to internal operation (e.g., compensation structure, ownership, tax efficiency, management structure, etc.) and the ever-present regulatory compliance, there has been a pronounced emphasis on proactively addressing the concerns of our medical practice clients surrounding an uncertain future under a broken healthcare system.  This, of course, comes as no surprise in today’s environment, which in that same 9-month period saw multiple proposals and continued debate – along with a heavy dose of partisan rhetoric – all in the name of fixing an enormous healthcare system riddled with problems that transcend sound political ideology. More ›