Mark Holcomb, SALT attorney in Dean Mead’s Tallahassee office, spoke at the American Bar Association Institute for Professionals in Taxation (ABA/IPTA) Advanced Income Tax and Sales Tax seminar in New Orleans, LA on March 20th. Mr. Holcomb co-presented with Raymond J. Freda on the topic, Stranger in a Strange Land: Ethics and Multijurisdictional Practice. Their […]
Dean Mead real estate attorney, Dennis Corrick was featured in the April 2018 edition of Stuart Magazine. Read the article here: Protecting the Interests of Florida Agribusiness.
Steve Looney, Chair of Dean Mead’s Corporate and Tax Department was quoted in the article entitled, How Firms Could Sidestep Tax Law’s Pass-Through Deduction Limits, published in Bloomberg Law on March 27, 2018. The article discusses how professional services firms are considering the possibility of spinning off administrative units of their pass-through businesses to qualify […]
The IRS announced that the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP) will end on September 28, 2018. OVDP provides a way for taxpayers who have undisclosed foreign income and assets to come into compliance with U.S. Tax and other laws. The OVDP provides taxpayers with a safe harbor from criminal prosecution and streamlines civil penalties provided […]
Referral Sources Can Be Protected in Noncompete Agreements A bedrock principle of noncompete law is that employers have the right to protect customer lists in noncompete agreements. But should referral sources – lists of people or businesses that don’t buy anything but may refer others – receive the same protection as customer lists? The Florida […]
The Victim Service Center of Central Florida (VSC) will host their 5th annual Cheers to Change Gala on Friday, April 6, 2018 at the Orlando Museum of Art. Dean Mead is proud to be one of the many businesses sponsoring the gala this year. For more information about this event, click HERE. Proceeds from this […]