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A new series features our analysts’ take on the leading legal issues that week. This week, we look at the coronavirus outbreak’s impact on employee privacy concerns, an increase in bankruptcy filing, and the potential rise in fraud. For more, visit https://pro.bloomberglaw.com/coronavirus/. For more from Bloomberg Law’s analysis team, visit: https://news.bloomberglaw.com/bloomberg-law-analysis/.
The 2017 tax overhaul, signed into law by President Donald Trump, included tax incentives to invest in distressed communities called opportunity zones. Investors benefit from tax breaks including deferrals on capital gains taxes, and the more than 8,700 designated zones benefit from economic investment. Critics say already-wealthy investors don’t need these breaks. Some have called … Read more Opportunity Zones: Will Tax Break for Investors Benefit Communities Too?
As the Covid-19 crisis continues to unfold, attorneys throughout the country are adjusting to new ways of practicing law. How will lawyers and their clients deal with court closures, indefinite postponements, and the challenge of practicing law from home? Bloomberg Law interviewed lawyers in different practice areas, from New York City to Seattle, to see … Read more How Coronavirus Is Changing the Way Lawyers Work