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The needs of the private client are both pointed and diverse. While you require the advanced skills of a specialist, you also have diverse needs that must be understood and integrated by your lawyer. With its broad base of multi-degreed, multi-disciplinary attorneys, DUGGAN BERTSCH is uniquely positioned in the legal space to best serve the needs of Private Clients.

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XLIVE names Timothy Liam EPSTEIN to their Advisory Board for 2017

Over the last few years there has been an explosion of growth in global festival culture. People want to create events that stand out and they want to create communities around these events. XLIVE is an exceptional experience bringing together some of the best and brightest minds in the live event community to exchange ideas and best practices. XLIVE provides a sort of "gathering of the minds" for people in the festival and events industry who share the same passion for not only maintaining this industry, but for continuing its explosion of growth. XLIVE is transforming the way festivals and events share expertise, learn and revolutionize experience.

 

STATE AND LOCAL TAXATION REMINDER:

Our firm represents both individuals as well as numerous and varied business entities.  While determining state tax obligations is always a complex process, when a taxpayer has income from sources in multiple states, the complexity greatly increases.  Past considerations relied upon “physical presence” as the main factor in determining tax reporting obligations - those days have quickly changed.  Some states now assert obligations based upon “economic presence”.

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Northwestern's Pritzker School of Law hosted its 3rd Annual Sports Law Symposium featuring Timothy Liam EPSTEIN as one of thier expert panelists

Tim joined the panel in discussing some of 2016's headline worthy political stands in the sports world. Some of which included Kaepernick's refusal to stand for the national anthem and the U.S. Women's Soccer players fight for equal pay. As for 2017, this trend is predicted to continue as NBA coach Gregg Popovich criticizes the president's policies and multiple Super Bowl Champions plan to skip the traditional trip to the White House.