Global Positioning of IP: State Research and Development Credits (PDF)

Explores the federal and state R&D credit mechanism.
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R&D credits can make a big difference in the bottom line for companies that rely on R&D activities and high-tech manufacturing in the US. In addition to the federal credit, states often offer such credits to attract employment & revenue to their local geographies. Since most state R&D credits derive from the federal credit, little additional effort is needed to claim the state credit. This EIA explores the federal and state R&D credit mechanism.

Professor William H. Byrnes, an Associate Dean of Texas A&M University School of Law. William has been commissioned by a number of governments for guidance on tax and professional education policy. In 1994 William pioneered online legal education, and in 1998 created the first online LL.M. acquiesced by the ABA. He speaks globally on best practices for distance education.

Marvin Petry, Esq, is Martindale Hubbell peer rated AV-Preeminent, and since 2009 has annually been included within the list of Best Lawyers(R) in America, Intellectual Property Law. Marv is a Member of Stites & Harbison, PLLC, Alexandria VA.

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