Regularly Conducted Tax Sales Cannot Be Fraudulent Transfer, Ninth Circuit Holds

Rochelle’s Daily Wire posted an interesting article recently. Here is a snippet: “The Ninth Circuit joined the Fifth and Tenth by holding that a tax sale conducted in accordance with state law cannot be set aside as a fraudulent transfer for less than reasonably equivalent value. “A company owned real property but did not pay… Continue reading Regularly Conducted Tax Sales Cannot Be Fraudulent Transfer, Ninth Circuit Holds

US Court of Appeals Upholds FCC Net Neutrality Laws

On Tuesday, July 14th, the US Court of Appeals in Washington, DC upheld the government’s net neutrality rules in a 2-1 ruling. The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) rules force internet providers such as Verizon, AT&T, and Comcast to treat all online traffic equally. This keeps internet providers from favoring their own services or partners while… Continue reading US Court of Appeals Upholds FCC Net Neutrality Laws