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AP Exclusive: Colleges got $60M-plus from OxyContin family

Prestigious universities around the world have accepted at least $60 million over the past five years from the family that owns the maker of OxyContin, even as the company became embroiled in lawsuits related to the opioid epidemic, financial records ...

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AP Exclusive: Colleges got $60M-plus from OxyContin family

Prestigious universities around the world have accepted at least $60 million over the past five years from the family that owns the maker of OxyContin, even as the company became embroiled in lawsuits related to the opioid epidemic, financial records ...

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Bullock’s challenge to IRS donor disclosure rules faces test

An attempt by two states to force the Trump administration to resume collecting information about donors to certain nonprofit groups faced a key test Wednesday when a federal judge in Montana heard arguments about whether the states can challenge the ...

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Bullock’s challenge to IRS donor disclosure rules faces test

An attempt by two states to force the Trump administration to resume collecting information about donors to certain nonprofit groups faced a key test Wednesday when a federal judge in Montana heard arguments about whether the states can challenge the ...

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IRS issues proposed regulations for tax preparers

The IRS issued proposed regulations for tax return preparers last week that for the first time would impose requirements of registration, testing and continued education for all preparers. “As tax season begins, most Americans will turn to tax return preparers ...

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Lawyers delinquent on taxes risk suspension

Editor: We are writing in reference to the article, “What happens to a firm if a lawyer doesn’t file taxes?” in the Sept. 8, 2009, issue of the Missouri Lawyers Weekly. In this article, the author, Correy Stephenson, discussed what ...

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Stowers account equals $2.2M for Bryan Cave

The Stowers Institute for Medical Research account provided Bryan Cave with about $2.2 million in work last year. The Polsinelli Shughart firm, which previously had the account, didn’t get work from the institute and two related organizations, according to the ...

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IRS ramping up collection efforts, tax attorneys say

The current tax season is tougher than most for Americans. With unemployment and home foreclosures at record highs, more can’t afford to pay – and won’t pay – their taxes. This could prove to be a problem as local tax ...

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