Dover Dixon Horne Attorneys Mark Allison and John Peace Named Little Rock Lawyer of the Year

Dover Dixon Horne would like to congratulate members Mark Allison and John Peace for being named 2018 Little Rock Lawyer of the Year in the latest “The Best Lawyers in America” – a directory produced by Best Lawyers.

Allison was recognized for his work in Environmental Law, while Peace earned the distinction for his work in Trusts and Estates. Peace, who was also recognized for Tax Law, has been included since 2006 and Allison since 2011. [More]

Matt Boch to Discuss Tax Legislation and Reform at the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce

DDH member and Arkansas tax attorney Matt Boch will speak with the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce Government Relations Committee on Aug. 4 regarding recent Arkansas tax legislation and the prospects for Arkansas tax reform.

Attendees will have a chance to learn more about new laws coming out of the 2017 legislative session, understand trends in Arkansas taxes and incentives, and have their questions answered on these topics. [More]

DDH Partners Author Arkansas Pass-Through Entity Navigator for Bloomberg BNA

Dover Dixon Horne congratulates partners Matthew Boch and Cal McCastlain for their inclusion in Bloomberg BNA’s new Pass-Through Entity Navigator.

The Pass-Through Entity Navigator is a comprehensive resource for tax and legal practitioners, which provides detailed analysis and practical guidance of the tax and legal framework for pass-through entities on a state-by-state basis. Matthew and Cal are authors for the Arkansas chapter of the Pass-Through Entity Navigator. [More]

DDH Partners Author Arkansas Pass-Through Entity Navigator for Bloomberg BNA

Dover Dixon Horne partners Matthew Boch and Cal McCastlain are featured as authors of the Arkansas chapter of Bloomberg BNA’s new Pass-Through Entity Navigator. The Pass-Through Entity Navigator is a comprehensive resource for tax and legal practitioners, which provides detailed analysis and practical guidance of the tax and legal framework for pass-through entities on a state-by-state basis. [More]

Column on Realty/Personalty Tax Classification Questions for Telecoms Published in JMTI

When a telecommunications provider installs equipment and related items (cabling, conduit, etc.) into or on real property and then used in the same place for years, it creates a question of whether the equipment should be treated as part of the realty itself or tangible personal property. The dilemma of this question was addressed in a recent Shop Talk column coauthored by DDH attorney Matthew Boch in the Journal of Multistate Taxation and Incentives: "Telecoms Face Tough Tax Questions Surrounding Realty Versus Personalty Classifications." Matthew coauthored the article with his fellow panelists who spoke on the topic at Telestrategies Communications Taxation 2017. A reprint of the article is available on the DDH website. [More]