Supreme Court rules that Apple must answer federal antitrust suit charging it with using its monopoly power to overcharge for apps on iPhones

In a 5-4 decision on May 13, 2019, the United States Supreme Court held that Apple Inc. must answer a federal antitrust lawsuit charging it with using its monopoly power to overcharge iPhone users for apps on their iPhones.  Apple, through its App Store, sells iPhone applications to iPhone owners.…

What Is a Generation Skipping Trust?

Do you know the benefits of using a generation skipping trust? People often leave their assets to their children or a surviving spouse outright; however, a generation skipping trust can preserve your assets for your grandchildren, great grandchildren, or other young beneficiaries. Generation skipping trusts are designed for you to…

How Can Tax Certiorari Save Businesses Money?

Tax certiorari is the term for legal proceedings by which a real property's tax assessment is reviewed by an administrative agency such as the Nassau County Assessment Review Commission (“ARC”) and ultimately by the courts. The goal of a tax certiorari proceeding is to determine a property’s market value which…

What Do I Need for My Estate Plan?

Estate planning may seem overwhelming. In reality, most plans have a core structure of documents that provide a road map for your loved ones in regard to your finances, your care and the disposition of your property upon your death. If you are not sure what you need to begin…