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August 30, 2015 2:44 PM ET

Professional Services

Company Overview of Alston & Bird, LLP

Company Overview

Alston & Bird LLP offers legal advisory services. Its areas of practice include antitrust and investigations, bankruptcy, construction, environment, labor and employment, medical products and services, securities litigation, trial practice, white collar criminal defense, capital markets and investments, technology, financial services, healthcare, international, internet and e-business, legislation and public policy, public finance, real estate, and utilities. The firm also offers legal advisory services in the areas of intellectual property litigation, trademarks and copyrights, patents, employee benefits and executive compensation, ERISA litigation, wealth planning, exempt organizations, an...

1201 West Peachtree Street

One Atlantic Center

Atlanta, GA 30309-3424

United States

Founded in 1893

Phone:

404-881-7000

Fax:

404-881-7777

Key Executives for Alston & Bird, LLP

Managing Partner
Partner
Age: 74
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Alston & Bird, LLP Key Developments

Bloomberg BNA Announces Release of New Edition of Unclaimed Property, its Tax Management Portfolio

Bloomberg BNA announced the release of a new edition of Unclaimed Property, its Tax Management Portfolio providing in-depth analysis and practical insights from prominent practitioners on escheatment and unclaimed property laws. The Portfolio has been made available to all subscribers to the Bloomberg BNA Premier State Tax Library and Bloomberg Law. State unclaimed or abandoned property laws (also known as "escheat" laws) have become the subject of considerable controversy and debate in recent years. These laws, which were originally designed to be used to provide a procedural mechanism to reunite owners with their lost or forgotten property, have become a significant source of revenue for many states. As a result, many states have revised these laws or sought to interpret these laws expansively to substantively alter the nature of the debtor-creditor relationship between the owner and the holder of unclaimed property. The Portfolio provides insight into the evolution of unclaimed property law, its current status among various states, important issues facing practitioners in the field, and current as well as likely future controversies. The Portfolio was written by unclaimed property lawyers at Alston & Bird, including John Coalson, Kendall Houghton, Ethan Millar, Michael Giovannini and Matthew Hedstrom, who provide comprehensive in-depth analysis of unclaimed property. The enhanced Portfolio helps businesses and their advisors navigate these complex compliance requirements by providing: a step-by-step analysis of rules and case law governing the priority rules between states in unclaimed property disputes. an updated discussion of the types of property that one or more states may characterize as "unclaimed property," including customer credits, prepaid gift cards, and securities. analysis of potential exemptions or defenses or to unclaimed property compliance, such as business to business debts, foreign-owned property or foreign transactions, right of setoff, and federal preemption. practical insights concerning due diligence and reporting. explanations of voluntary disclosure, amnesty programs and planning opportunities. a discussion of audit issues, including the use of third-party, contingent fee audit firms and the use of statistical sampling for estimation. The Unclaimed Property Portfolio is part of the Premier State Tax Library, which includes in-depth analysis, practice tools, news and commentary, and primary sources for all 50 states plus the District of Columbia and New York City.

Alston & Bird, LLP Appoints Gregg Loubier as Partner in its Finance Group in Los Angeles

Alston & Bird, LLP enlisted Gregg Loubier as partner in the firm's finance group in Los Angeles. Loubier joins from Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP in Los Angeles, where he was partner and chair of the real estate finance practice.

Alston & Bird, LLP Presents at ReitWise 2015, Apr-02-2015 09:30 AM

Alston & Bird, LLP Presents at ReitWise 2015, Apr-02-2015 09:30 AM. Venue: JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa, Phoenix, Arizona, United States. Speakers: James E. Croker, Partner.

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