Rosemary Lepiane Wins Motion to Dismiss Re-Petition for Custody After Custodial Decision at Trial

Bousquet Holstein attorney Rosemary Lepiane won a motion to dismiss a father's petition for a modification of custody order after trial. After trial, the father filed for a modification of custody with affidavits claiming new information, but re-asserted facts that had been already been addressed during the trial. Attorney Lepiane moved to dismiss since father Read More »

IRS to Make Direct Payments to Local Governments, School Districts, and Tax-Exempt Organizations for New Clean Motor Vehicles and Motorized Equipment

The monetization of energy tax credits under the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) offers a potential source of revenue for local governments, school districts, 501(c)(3) organizations and certain other federally tax-exempt organizations that are buying new qualified commercial clean vehicles and motorized equipment. What is the credit for qualified commercial clean vehicles? Although local governments, school Read More »