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Surrender transactions can’t avoid tax liability (access required)

Where the taxpayers argued that they were not required to report $45.7 million of compensation income, the series of business transactions were devoid of economic substance and were thus insufficient for avoiding tax liability. Moreover, despite the taxpayers’ assertion they ...

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Disability established by objective, subjective evidence (access required)

The administrative law judge erred by requiring objective evidence about the persistence and limiting effects of fibromyalgia on the claimant’s daily life. This error was compounded by the fact that objective evidence was present, but ignored. The record as a ...

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Medical center was properly denied certificate of need (access required)

The state health commissioner properly denied a regional medical center’s application for a certificate of public need, which the center sought so it could provide open heart surgery and cardiac catherization services. Background The Chesapeake Regional Medical Center sought to ...

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Plaintiffs lack standing to bring Medicaid reimbursement suit (access required)

Plaintiffs lacked standing to challenge changes to Virginia’s Medicaid reimbursement rates and their applicability to emergency rooms and hospital readmissions via a declaratory judgment action. Background This suit involves the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Medicaid reimbursement rates and their applicability to ...

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