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May 14, 2018
Challenges in Discovering Perpetrators of International Cryptocurrency Frauds
The use of cryptocurrencies is increasing at a staggering pace. As cryptocurrency use becomes mainstream, its use as a form of payment and storage as an asset will increase across industries and among companies and individuals.
January 17, 2018
To Deduct or Not Deduct: The Illinois Personal Service Income Conundrum
The Illinois replacement tax allows an LLC or partnership to deduct from its base income ''personal service income'' or a reasonable allowance for compensation paid or accrued for services rendered by the partners.
January 5, 2018
Marilyn Wethekam "2018, the Year to Marginalize Quill"
2017 was to be the year of federal tax reform. The initial federal tax reform proposals were more theoretical than detailed. There was, however, a common theme. The proposed reform was focused on territorial concepts, taxing imports, encouraging repatriation of foreign earnings by reducing the rate of tax on those earnings and stimulating the expansion of domestic manufacturing by expensing cost recovery.
November 7, 2017
Directed Trusts: Who’s the Boss? Liability in Directed Trusts & Administrative Dilemmas, Chicago Bar Association, 11/7/17
Grant discussed the Illinois directed trust statue and its underlying complications.
May 4, 2017
Collectors in Conversation: Charles Mottier with Richard M. Horwood
Asian Art Council, Art Institute of Chicago, May 4, 2017
May 3, 2017
The Best Laid Plans: Avoiding Administrative and Judicial Challenges, Chicago Bar Association, 5/3/17
Presented by Grant Hendricks at the Chicago Bar Association
June 12, 2018
Aaron Werner admitted as a Partner in Social Venture Partners Chicago
Aaron Werner joins Social Venture Partners Chicago as Partner. SVP Chicago invests time, expertise and money in innovative nonprofits that have the potential to make meaningful and sustainable improvements within the Chicagoland community.
June 12, 2018
Breen Schiller Presents “Alternative Apportionment” at IPT 42nd Annual Conference – 6/26/18
Litigation relating to alternative apportionment has steadily increased in recent years. As states grapple with the explosion of the service and intangibles based economy, they have begun to require various industries and individuals to source receipts in manners that deviate from the controlling statutory formulas.
June 11, 2018
Chris Lutz Provides Insight on Colorado’s Adoption of Market-Based Sourcing to State Tax Notes
Market-based sourcing has become a trend among states over the past several years. Chris Lutz said many states think it's easier to find out where something is received or delivered rather than figuring out where a company's income-producing activity occurs. "The tax will reflect the market and not where the activity is occurring, but market-based sourcing is not as simple as states are suggesting," he said.

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