Johnson & Johnson ruling highlights NRRA confusion

The Tax Court of New Jersey’s opinion concerning Johnson & Johnson’s claim...
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Johnson & Johnson denied $56m self-procurement tax refund

Pharmaceutical and consumer goods conglomerate Johnson & Johnson has lost its claim...
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Microsoft urged to fight Washington cease & desist order

The cease and desist order issued by Washington’s Insurance Commissioner has been...
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Legislative effort in Illinois grinds to a halt

The prospect of legislation easing captive activity in Illinois being passed in...
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Illinois captive proposals ‘first step on long road ahead’

Proposed changes to the captive section of the Illinois Insurance Code are...
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The US Self-procurement Tax Minefield

Questions surrounding self-procurement taxes in the United States are not going away...
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Tennessee businesses have no reason to domicile elsewhere – Kevin Doherty

President of the Tennessee Captive Insurance Association (TCIA) Kevin Doherty has told...
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Self-procurement tax liability is misunderstood – Asher Harris

The spate of re-domestications to ‘home-state’ domiciles as a result of aggressive...
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Tennessee taking carrot and stick approach to re-domestication pressure

The beefing up of Tennessee’s self-procurement tax, coupled with the offer of...
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Tax and legal commentators in America’s captive insurance industry are not getting much respite, with...
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Captive Review reviews the test cases and pilots applying blockchain to captive and global insurance...
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Reserve Mechanical Corp. f.k.a. Reserve Casualty Corp. v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue (“Reserve”) was decided by...
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Elizabeth A. Erickson, Kristen E. Hazel, Thomas M. Jones, of McDermott Will & Emery LLP,...
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London-based Oliver Schofield, managing partner at risk and insurance consultancy RISCS, is an expert in...
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