Dina Kapur Sanna wrote about recently issued proposed regulations for the Trust & Estates Magazine, e-newsletter: "IRS Issues Proposed Regs Taxing Gifts and Bequests From Covered Expatriates." The article discussed recent guidance that has been issued to implement Internal Revenue Code Section 2801, enacted more than eight years ago, which imposes a succession tax on U.S. citizens and residents who receive gifts or bequests from individuals who relinquished U.S. citizenship or ceased to be lawful permanent residents of the United States on or after June 17, 2008 and met the tests to be so-called "covered expatriates."
On January 11, Dina Kapur Sanna spoke as part of a panel on "International Recent Developments" at the Heckerling Institute on Estate Planning, organized by the University of Miami.
On January 10, Richard D. Sanders and Angela Titus McEwan will present a discussion about New Jersey's recent adoption of its version of the Uniform Trust Code.
Day Pitney Partner Angela Titus McEwan authored an article, "New Jersey to Repeal Its Estate Tax", published in the New Jersey Law Journal.
An article from Day Pitney's December 2016 Estate Planning Update
Barbara Freedman Wand was quoted in the article "Banks Explore Multiple Avenues For Community Investment," in The Commercial Record.
Stephen Ziobrowski was quoted in an article, "How Bermudians can be exposed to US taxes," in The Royal Gazette. The article is a recap of an International Tax and Planning Seminar at an AFL Investment sponsored event held in May 2016, in which Ziobrowski participated.
Angela Titus McEwan was mentioned in an article, "Southern Firms Seek New Horizons, Plus More Lateral Moves," in American Lawyer. She recently joined the firm's Trusts and Estates practice in the New Jersey office.
Ed Krzanowski was quoted in an article, "IRS Estate-Transfer Proposal Meets Rare Repeal Bill," in Law360.
Angela Titus McEwan was mentioned in an article, "MBBA President Paula Edgar’s Life And Lawyerly Advice For Law Students And Young Attorneys," in Above The Law.