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Court Of Federal Claims Upholds Additional Sui Credit, Danny A. Pannese Feb 2010

Court Of Federal Claims Upholds Additional Sui Credit, Danny A. Pannese

WCBT Faculty Publications

The article discusses the decision in a tax court case that plaintiffs in consolidated tax refund cases were entitled to an additional state unemployment insurance (SUI) credit against their Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA) tax liabilities for years 1991-1996. The dispute in the tax court case of E.P. Talent Services LP was addressed in a year 2004 Court of Federal Claims decision. It was ruled that the SUI credit is capped at over five percent of the taxpayer's total FUTA wage base.


Backdated Stock Options Ownership Impact On The Corporation, Management, & Shareholders, Karen Cascini, Alan Delfavero Jan 2010

Backdated Stock Options Ownership Impact On The Corporation, Management, & Shareholders, Karen Cascini, Alan Delfavero

WCBT Faculty Publications

In the post-Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOx) world, there has been an unprecedented crackdown on fraudulent activity occurring within corporate America. During recent years, many companies have granted stock options to their executives and employees as part of compensation packages. While the issuance of stock options as a component of compensation is considered to be a legal practice, corruption has taken this corporate resource to unlawful heights. Recently, numerous corporations have been in the news for potentially backdating stock options. Accordingly, the purpose of this paper is to distinguish between legal and illegal aspects of backdating stock options, and to examine the ...