January 2019

IRS Releases Final Public Hearing and Approval Regulations for Tax-Exempt Bonds

On December 31, 2018, the U. S. Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released Treasury Decision 9845, which sets forth final regulations on the public hearing and approval requirements that are prescribed for tax-exempt private…

2019 Real Estate Tax Abatement Process

Tax abatement season is here, with some fast approaching filing deadlines in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island. If you have not already done so, now is the time for property owners to review their real estate tax assessments to de…

December 2018

Holiday Shopping Seasons: How Local & National Retailers Adapt to New Shopping Habits

Changing shopping trends are more apparent as we're in the middle of the holiday shopping season. As a result of Amazon, rapid shipping, mobile shopping, and social media, Robin S. Malloy joins NHPR to discus local New Hampshire retailers and national tren…

November 2018

Commercial Landlord Can’t Evict Chapter 11 Debtor

Jennifer V. Doran provides her insight regarding a recent court decision that determined a commercial landlord in Boston could not set aside the bankruptcy stay in a tenant's Chapter 11 case in order to pursue summary process eviction.

Qualified Opportunity Zones: Insights from the Government’s New Guidance

Hinckley Allen published A Practical Guide to the Qualified Opportunity Zone Program, which details a promising new program contained in the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that provides significant tax incentives for real estate investors in Qualified Opportun…

October 2018

The Doctor Will Stream You Now. Will Medicare Cover It?

There’s no question that the laws of the land—state and federal—historically have not maximized the use of telehealth and telemedicine in care. From a patchwork of state regulations to inconsistencies in the use of coverage parity and very limited ad…