Representation of unitrust beneficiaries in the commutation of charitable remainder trusts and IRS filings associated with acts of self-dealing resulting from overpayment.
Attained a bench win in a partition suit for a non-profit preservation trust.
Handled the reformation of 20 nonqualified charitable remainder trusts in a $500+ million estate to qualify the remainder interests for the federal estate tax charitable deduction.
McGuireWoods recently represented a coalition of Illinois business trade associations in challenging the efforts of other Great Lakes states to obtain an injunction to force the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to close the Chicago locks as a means to halt the migration of Asian carp into the Great Lakes.
U.S. District Court Judge Payne in Richmond, Va., accepted the recommendation from a magistrate and dismissed, with prejudice, a case brought against Homeward, an organization that provides coordinating services to providers of homeless services, and co-defendants the City of Richmond and Virginia Commonwealth University. The case involved allegations of conspiracy to violate the plaintiffs' civil rights, as well as violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Fair Housing Act.
McGuireWoods’ Skip Fox Named President of American College of Trust and Estate Counsel
March 12, 2018
McGuireWoods Partners Carter, Kitchin and Rogers Among North Carolina’s Legal Elite
January 25, 2018
McGuireWoods’ Michele McKinnon Honored Among Virginia’s Leaders in the Law
November 3, 2017
Donor Advised Funds: Useful New Tools for Charities and Donors
August 14, 2018
Supreme Court Drops Physical Presence Test: Open Season on Out-Of-State Sellers
June 21, 2018
Charitable Giving After Tax Reform
May 30, 2018
Tax Reform: Modifications to the Conference Committee’s Bill
December 20, 2017
Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: The Conference Committee’s Bill
December 18, 2017