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On Tuesday, December 13, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit upheld Virginia’s voting rules requiring residents to present photo identification to cast ballots.
On October 13, the United States Tax Court ruled in favor of Florida philanthropists Hugh and Eliza Culverhouse, saying the value of land the couple donated should remain at $28 million following a dispute with the Internal Revenue Service over a charitable deduction.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit ruled in favor of Florida philanthropists Hugh and Eliza Culverhouse and rejected the IRS’s challenge in one of the largest conservation easement disputes in the nation.
Arent Fox has been retained by the Commonwealth of Virginia to defend the state in a closely watched voting rights lawsuit that challenges a statute requiring Virginians to display photo identification when going to the polls on Election Day.