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Existing Medical Marijuana Cultivators Permitted to Grow to Meet Patient Demand
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP, September 2021

The Ohio Department of Commerce (Department) recently announced licensed medical marijuana cultivators who are maxing out their grow area capacity will be permitted to apply for an expansion. Presently, there are 20 Level I cultivators capable of growing up to 25,000 square feet of medicinal marijuana, and 15 Level II cultivator licensees that are smaller in scale and permitted up to 3,000 square feet of grow capacity...

Shearn Delamore & Co. Legal Updates September 2021 (1)
Shearn Delamore & Co., September 2021

Dear valued clients, colleagues and friends, We are pleased to bring you the latest legal updates for September 2021...

Cambodia: 2021 Property Tax Deadline – 30 September
DFDL, September 2021

We would like to take this opportunity to remind our readers that the immovable property tax (“TOIP”) and Unused Land Tax deadlines for 2021 are fast approaching next Thursday (the 30th) of September 2021. The 2021 TOIP and Unused Land Tax payment can be submitted at any tax branch or any branches of the following banks: Canadia, ACLEDA, Vattanac, Cambodia Public Bank or ABA Bank...

Cambodia: Two New Prakas Now in Force – Tax on Salary and VAT on E-Commerce
DFDL, September 2021

On 8 September 2021 the Ministry of the Economy and Finance (“MEF”) issued Prakas 543 on Tax on Salary (“Prakas 543”) and Prakas 542 on the Rules and Procedures concerning the Implementation of Value Added Tax on E-Commerce Activities (“Prakas 542”)...

New Legislation Addresses Brown Act Teleconferencing Requirements
Hanson Bridgett LLP, September 2021

Key Points Assembly Bill (AB) 361 allows an agency to use teleconferencing for public meetings without requiring the teleconference location to be accessible to the public or a quorum of the members of the legislative body of the agency to participate from locations within the boundaries of the agency's jurisdiction during proclaimed state of emergencies...

Housing Law Shows its Teeth: Another Win for Objective Standards
Hanson Bridgett LLP, September 2021

Key Points California's First District Court of Appeal continued a recent pro-housing trend, reversing a City of San Mateo rejection of a multifamily housing development application. The court determined the denial was based on a subjective design guideline, therefore violating the Housing Accountability Act. Ambiguous guidelines may still be utilized in limited circumstances if there is a long-standing and consistent local government interpretation...

The Tax Proposals of the House Ways and Means Committee
Dykema, September 2021

On Monday, September 13, 2021, the House Ways and Means Committee released several markups of proposed legislation (the “House Tax Proposals”) intended to pay for various proposed spending initiatives. Importantly, the House Tax Proposals are not entirely consistent with the “General Explanations of the Administration’s Fiscal Year 2022 Revenue Proposals” (the “Green Book”) released by the U.S...

Tax and Employee Benefits Reform: House Committee on Ways and Means Submits Proposals
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP, September 2021

On Sept. 13, 2021, the House Committee on Ways and Means released the remainder of its numerous tax reform proposals. The proposals will be subject to continued negotiations and are not law. But, the proposals are an indication of what may be coming soon...

Tax Reform: Three Estate Planning Proposals to Watch
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, September 2021

House Democrats recently released additional legislative proposals that, if passed, would affect several commonly used estate planning techniques. Among those proposals are three that would significantly impact some of the more common wealth transfer strategies. It is too early to tell whether this legislation has any chance of passing, but clients who are planning to use strategies that would be affected by these changes should watch carefully for future developments...

[Infographic] Debt Restructuring Quick Guide – Thailand
DFDL, September 2021

Another wave of COVID-19 has spread all over Thailand and is raising understandable concerns and generating uncertainty among the business community. With this series of infographics, we take this opportunity to guide you on the key measures and best practices to help you mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on your business. Today, we guide you through the debt restructuring options available in Thailand for local or foreign investors...

[Infographic] Key Considerations Before Undergoing Debt Structuring – Thailand
DFDL, September 2021

Another wave of COVID-19 has spread all over Thailand and is raising understandable concerns and generating uncertainty among the business community. With this series of infographics, we take this opportunity to guide you on the key measures and best practices to help you mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on your business...

California Legislature Takes Aim at Brown Act Teleconferencing Requirements
Hanson Bridgett LLP, September 2021

Key Points The State Assembly and Senate have both passed AB 361 and AB 339, two bills aimed at addressing Brown Act teleconferencing requirements in the COVID-19 landscape. The Governor is expected to sign or veto the bills before October 1...

Administration Actions Regarding COVID-19 Protocols for Federal Contractors and Large Employers
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, September 2021

Summary On September 9, 2021, President Biden issued orders that have the intent of requiring employers to mandate that their employees are vaccinated against COVID-19 or undergo regular testing and other restrictions...

Administration Actions Regarding COVID-19 Protocols for Federal Contractors and Large Employers
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, September 2021

Summary On September 9, 2021, President Biden issued orders that have the intent of requiring employers to mandate that their employees are vaccinated against COVID-19 or undergo regular testing and other restrictions...

Ohio to License Home Health Care Agencies
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP, September 2021

Home health care is one of Ohio’s fastest-growing occupations. To date, the agencies providing skilled home health care, non-medical home health/personal care services, and non-agency providers of nonmedical home health/personal care services have been unlicensed in Ohio...

President Biden Announces OSHA Standards Requiring COVID-19 Vaccinations or Weekly Tests for Companies with 100+ Employees
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP, September 2021

President Joe Biden announced Thursday, Sept. 9, that in the coming weeks, companies with 100 or more employees will be required to ensure their employees are vaccinated against COVID-19 or test negative for COVID-19 at least once a week.[1] Additionally, employers must provide employees time off to get vaccinated and to recover from any side effects. Press Secretary Jen Psaki previewed the forthcoming requirements in her briefing to the press on Thursday...

What Employers Need To Know About Employee Retention Credits: Rules for the Second Half of 2021 and General Clarifications
Dykema, September 2021

Employee Retention Credits (“ERC” or “credits”) are available to eligible employers that paid qualified wages after March 12, 2020, and before January 1, 2022. Multiple pieces of legislation and Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) guidance expanded and modified the ERC rules and determination of eligibility for ERC, and computation of the credits may vary based on each individual calendar quarter in 2020 and 2021...

Shearn Delamore & Co. Legal Updates August 2021 (2)
Shearn Delamore & Co., September 2021

Corporate/M&A Amendments to the Main Market Listing Requirements following Enhanced IPO Framework On 11 August 2021, Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad (“Bursa Securities”) reviewed the Main Market Listing Requirements (“MMLR”) to ensure parity of regulation with the Securities Commission Malaysia’s (“SC”) introduction of an enhanced initial public offering (“IPO”) framework which took effect on 1 January 2021...

Bitesize Briefing – Freeports – Commercial Contracts and Supply Chain
Shoosmiths LLP, September 2021

The government has confirmed its intention to establish eight new Freeports in Solent, East Midlands Airport, Felixstowe & Harwich, Humber, Liverpool City Region, Plymouth & South Devon, Teesside and Thames. In our latest Freeport bitesize briefing, we look at some of the potential commercial contracts and supply chain opportunities for businesses looking to operate in these Freeports. There are generous customs and taxation benefits within Freeport sites...

Prevent and Combat Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing in the Real Estate Sector
PLMJ, September 2021

Regulation 603/2021 was approved by the Governing Board of the Institute of Public Markets, Real Estate and Construction I.P. (“IMPIC”) and came into force on 5 July 2021. The aim of this regulation (“Regulation”) is to establish and regulate the procedures to be adopted in the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing in the real estate sector...

National Treasury Set to Limit Assessed Tax Losses: Agricultural and Mining Sectors Among those Industries to Bear the Brunt
ENSafrica, September 2021

  The National Treasury (“NT”’) published its draft Taxation Laws Amendment Bill with accompanying Explanatory Memorandum on 28 July 2021 (the “draft Bill”). By now it is well known that the draft Bill contains a fairly radical proposal: section 20 of the Income Tax Act, 1962 (“the Act”) will be amended to limit the amount of an assessed tax loss that may be set-off against taxable income...

Explaining the Call for Global Tax Reform
ENSafrica, September 2021

Since the G7 meeting on 5 June when the G7 finance ministers announced a global corporation tax of at least 15%, there has been much written and spoken about the new proposed global minimum tax rate. Janet Yellen, the US Treasury Secretary, called the agreement a “historic day for economic diplomacy”...

Managing Transfer Pricing Risk during the COVID-19 Pandemic
ENSafrica, September 2021

It seems like an eternity ago since the World Health Organisation declared a pandemic on 11 March 2020. Governments around the world have responded to the pandemic in different ways, including various degrees of lockdowns, travel restrictions and fiscal and monetary support for some of the most affected industries. This has led to unprecedented disruptions of the global economy and affected business models of many multinational enterprises (“MNEs”)...

Thailand: Relief Measures for Member of the Public Affected by the Thai Government’s COVID-19 Lockdown Measures
DFDL, September 2021

On 20 July and 10 August 2021, the Thai cabinet passed new resolutions granting relief measures to members of the public living in red zones in 29 provinces (including Bangkok) who have been particularly affected by government lockdown measures aimed at containing and reducing cases of COVID-19 infection. These measures notably include providing financial support to employers and employees registered with the Social Security Office (“SSO”)...

Dramatic Changes proposed to Norway’s Petroleum Tax Regime
Simonsen Vogt Wiig AS, September 2021

Last night, only days ahead of a general election the minority Government in Norway is likely not to win, a proposal for dramatic changes to the upstream petroleum tax regime. It was announced at 18.00 hours Oslo time in a hastily called press conference by the Minister of Finance Mr Sanner (Conservative) and the Minister of Petroleum and Energy Ms Bru (Conservative)...

 

 

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