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Shakira’s Tax Case Confirms Residency Matters Whenever, Wherever

Prosecutors in Spain are calling for more than 8 years in prison in their tax fraud case against pop star Shakira. The entertainer, now a household name, has denied the charges. What does this mean for those of us who aren’t Grammy-winning superstars? Plenty. When it comes to tax, residency is important no matter who you are.

Bartlit Beck Gets a Record Boost From Return of Trial Work

Jason Peltz runs a law firm that makes its name handling major trials for the country’s biggest companies. With many courtrooms closed and trials indefinitely postponed, the past two-plus years have been a test for Peltz and the nearly 80 lawyers at Chicago-based Bartlit Beck.

ESG as Economic Threat Catches on as Theme in Key Senate Race

To Blake Masters, the newly minted Republican Senate nominee in Arizona, ESG scores are an existential threat to the US economy along with inflation—an issue worth campaigning on as ardently as securing the border, preventing voter fraud and challenging Big Tech.

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Steven Davis and the Rise and Fall of Dewey & LeBoeuf

On May 28, 2012, Dewey & LeBoeuf, the product of a merger between two storied New York law firms, filed for bankruptcy. For the first time, Dewey's former chair Steven Davis opens up about the years, months, and weeks leading to his firm's collapse, the decisions he made and, looking back, whether he would have done anything differently.

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