There is nothing quite like returning from vacation to a once-in-31-years, nearly 500-page tax bill needing quick attention (and needing a neat, tidy incorporation into my existing tax publication totaling over 2000 print and digital pages). If that isn’t sufficient, patents, first-to-file, the AIA, and the subsequent case law are thrown in for good measure here in 2018.
A “Happy New Year” to all.
If you want the longer version of the decision in Fernandez v. California (2014), click here.
Cases involving violent robbery suspects defending the Fourth Amendment lead to bad law. These bad rulings then apply to the innocent as well who wish to live peaceably without arbitrary police power being asserted against them.
With the repeated delays, the evidently unlimited administrative discretion in its enforcement, and general chaos, are the Affordable Care Act’s regulations worth reporting on? Due to these concerns, I wonder if legal or tax publications being released in early 2014 will be of any significant aid in complying with this Act. Stay tuned.