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Chambers Puerto Rico Law Firm of the Year Award 2017

O’Neill & Borges LLC recognized as “Puerto Rico Law Firm of the Year” by the prestigious London-based Chambers & Partners, the most respected independent legal directory worldwide. This is the third time the law firm is recognized with the top award after being recognized in 2011, the first time Chambers started ranking Puerto Rico law and then in 2014.

O&B Litigation Newsletter

O’Neill & Borges LLC recently participated in two judicial victories that crystallized the Puerto Rico landscape regarding forum selection, choice of law, and arbitration clauses. See attached Newsletter for more information.

O&B Tax NewsLetter December 2017

The Tax Cuts & Jobs Act approved in the U.S. House and the Senate on December 20, 2017, introduces important changes to the federal tax regime having notable impact on business operations in Puerto Rico.  Puerto Rico continues to be considered a foreign jurisdiction for US IRC purposes.
 
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Sales and Use Tax on Internet Purchases and Other SUT Changes

On April 29, 2017, the Governor of Puerto Rico signed into law House Bill 849 (“Act 25-17”), which, in general, amends the Puerto Rico Internal Revenue Code of 2011, as amended (the “Code”), to impose a series of notification requirements regarding the Sales and Use Tax (“SUT”) on tangible personal property sold via Internet by .

Client Alerts

Chambers Puerto Rico Law Firm of the Year Award 2017

O’Neill & Borges LLC recognized as “Puerto Rico Law Firm of the Year” by the prestigious London-based Chambers & Partners, the most respected independent legal directory worldwide. This is the third time the law firm is recognized with the top award after being recognized in 2011, the first time Chambers started ranking Puerto Rico law and then in 2014.

O&B Litigation Newsletter

O’Neill & Borges LLC recently participated in two judicial victories that crystallized the Puerto Rico landscape regarding forum selection, choice of law, and arbitration clauses. See attached Newsletter for more information.

O&B Tax NewsLetter December 2017

The Tax Cuts & Jobs Act approved in the U.S. House and the Senate on December 20, 2017, introduces important changes to the federal tax regime having notable impact on business operations in Puerto Rico.  Puerto Rico continues to be considered a foreign jurisdiction for US IRC purposes.
 
Click here to see a full .

Sales and Use Tax on Internet Purchases and Other SUT Changes

On April 29, 2017, the Governor of Puerto Rico signed into law House Bill 849 (“Act 25-17”), which, in general, amends the Puerto Rico Internal Revenue Code of 2011, as amended (the “Code”), to impose a series of notification requirements regarding the Sales and Use Tax (“SUT”) on tangible personal property sold via Internet by .