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"Law360" featured Lubin's Associate Professor Philip Cohen in "4 International Tax Cases To Watch In The 2nd Half Of 2019"

A handful of high-stakes transfer pricing cases will continue to play out this year, including Coca-Cola's fight against a $3.3 billion tax bill and a dispute over what, exactly, Amazon included among the intangibles it licensed to a European subsidiary.

At their cores, all the cases concern whether the Internal Revenue Serviceabused its discretion in reallocating income to U.S. companies from their foreign affiliates. Each dispute, however, grapples with this question in a different way.

In Coca-Cola's case, the beverage maker has claimed the IRS turned its back on a transfer pricing method after allowing it for years under an expired agreement. Meanwhile, Amazon.com Inc. and Medtronic Inc. are involved in separate disputes with the agency about how to value contributions from one affiliate to another.

At stake in a long-running fight brought by technology and manufacturing company 3M Co. are tax regulations that disregard foreign legal restrictions in some cases.

Here, Law360 looks at four cases that international tax specialists will be watching in the second half of 2019.

Can Amazon Make an Affiliate Pay for a 'Culture of Relentless Innovation'?

Amazon's dispute centers on a cost-sharing arrangement the Seattle-based company entered into in 2005, under which its Luxembourg affiliate, Amazon Europe Holding Technologies SCS, was granted the right to use certain intangible assets in Europe in exchange for an upfront “buy-in payment.”

The IRS made substantial transfer pricing adjustments that reallocated income from AEHT in Luxembourg to Amazon in the U.S. and accordingly assessed more than $234 million in deficiencies for the 2005 and 2006 tax years. However, the U.S. Tax Court found in March 2017 that the methods Amazon used to determine payments from AEHT for the licensing of intellectual property were reasonable.

The IRS appealed Amazon's win to the Ninth Circuit. During oral arguments in April, an IRS attorney told a three-judge panel that the government should be allowed to apply the discounted cash flow valuation method, or DCF, to more accurately value — and more broadly define — the intangibles Amazon transferred to its Luxembourg subsidiary.

Meanwhile, the tech giant's counsel attacked the government's position that language in a 1994 regulation effectively expanded the definition of intangibles to include “residual business assets.”

The IRS counts Amazon's “corporate culture” among the intangibles that the affiliate should have paid for. This position is inherent to the DCF method, according to Carolyn Frantz, senior counsel at Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP.

“If the corporate culture in any way contributes to the value of the Amazon enterprise writ large … then that's going to be included in the discounted cash flow valuation,” she said. “But it's still not in the list that's in the regulations.”

During oral arguments, the IRS counsel claimed that corporate culture fell under the phrase “and other similar items” in the regulations.

In addition to corporate culture, the IRS has argued that Amazon's residual business assets include the company's “significant growth options resulting from its culture of relentless innovation,” according to court filings.

Steven Dixon, a member in the tax department at Miller & Chevalier Chtd., said these “far-reaching and abstract intangibles” suggest the government is using the DCF method in an attempt “to capture a portion of any future income that comes out of the cost-sharing arrangement.”

That outcome is not what the law provides, he added.

The panel's questions and remarks during oral arguments, Dixon said, suggested the panel will affirm the Tax Court's decision. He noted the panel was “clearly concerned” about companies relying on the cost-sharing regulations.

“I think that taxpayers have thought of cost sharing as a kind of safe harbor, because that's clearly how it's constructed as long as you've done what is necessary under those cost-sharing regulations,” he said.

The case is Amazon.com Inc. v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, case number 17-72922, in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

Has Coca-Cola's Transfer Pricing Agreement Gone Flat?

At stake in Coca-Cola Co.'s transfer pricing case are tax deficiencies of $3.3 billion for the years 2007 to 2009. That amount is based on IRS income allocations of $9.4 billion to the Atlanta-based company from units in seven countries including Mexico, according to a petition filed in December 2015.

The IRS had determined the Mexican unit was paying its parent company a less-than-arm's-length royalty for licensed intangible property, such as beverage bases and other intellectual property used to make the drink. After adjusting that royalty, the IRS found the Mexican licensee had a reduced income and was therefore paying too much in tax to the Mexican government.

However, in granting partial summary judgment to Coca-Cola in December 2017, Tax Court Judge Albert Lauber reinstated the $139 million in foreign tax credits that the IRS had denied the beverage giant. The rest of the case went to trial in March 2018, and the trial lasted roughly two months. The case is currently in the post-trial briefing process.

In his ruling, Judge Lauber noted that the royalty payments were calculated under a method that both the IRS and the Mexican tax authority had signed off on more than two decades ago — a method Coca-Cola's tax adviser recommended using even after the government agreements expired.

Judge Lauber noted that the question of whether a foreign tax is “compulsory” also rests on whether the U.S. company exhausted all remedies to reduce its liability. In siding with Coca-Cola on this matter as well, he pointed out that the IRS had refused to participate in administrative proceedings.

In ruling for Coca-Cola on this issue, “the court got it completely right,” said Philip Cohen, who teaches in the legal studies and taxation department of the Pace University Lubin School of Business.

As he put it, the IRS accused Coca-Cola of failing to exhaust all practical remedies by not taking the case to competent authority proceedings, but the IRS also said it wouldn't participate in the proceedings — which would have involved negotiating with the Mexican government — because it had set the case up for litigation.

“It's a Kafkaesque fact pattern where the service said you have to go to competent authority, but we're not going to allow you to go to competent authority,” Cohen said.

The case is Coca-Cola Co. v. Commissioner, docket number 31183-15, in the U.S. Tax Court.

Do the Regulations in 3M's Case Have Standing?

The $24 million Tax Court case involving 3M Co. centers on royalty payments owed from the company's Brazilian unit of technology and manufacturing in 2006. The amounts were due under trademark license agreements forged in 1998.

While the IRS has allocated net royalty income of $23.6 million from 3M do Brasil Ltda. to the U.S. parent, the amount is actually much lower, just under $166,000, according to Minnesota-based 3M. The company contended that the IRS unlawfully failed to account for restrictions that Brazilian law places on royalty payments.

Because Brazil set a fixed ceiling — in line with tax deductions for royalties — on how much can be paid for the licensing of patents, unpatented technology and trademarks, the IRS can't legally allocate amounts that a taxpayer can't receive, 3M argues.

For its part, the IRS has cited regulations enacted in 1994 that disregard a foreign legal restriction to the extent it “generates an economic outcome that is inconsistent with an arm's-length result.”

The Brazilian legal restrictions that 3M relies on “to avoid an arm's-length result” don't preclude income allocations because there isn't any evidence that the restrictions affected unrelated parties under comparable circumstances, the IRS has said in court filings.

Meanwhile, 3M has argued the regulations are invalid under the Administrative Procedure Act, or APA, because the U.S. Treasury Department “provided no rationale whatsoever.”

Peter Connors, a colleague of Frantz's at Orrick whose practice focuses on cross-border transactions, said the 3M case was similar to chipmaker Altera Corp.'s challenge against cost-sharing regulations.

In that case, Tax Court Judge L. Paige Marvel found in July 2015 that Treasury had failed to adequately explain its contention that the rules were consistent with the arm's-length standard. The Ninth Circuit overturned the Tax Court's ruling in June.

“Given the Tax Court's analysis in Altera of what steps Treasury must take to follow the APA, I'd be surprised if the government won,” Connors said of the 3M dispute. He noted that Judge Marvel's decision had the unanimous agreement of 14 other Tax Court judges.

In 1972, before the enactment of the regulation at issue in 3M's case, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on income restrictions in Commissioner v. First Security Bank of Utah  . In that decision, the high court ruled that an allocation of income isn't allowed when a legal restriction negates “the complete power” of a company to control the distribution of income among its affiliates.

The Sixth Circuit cited the First Security ruling in a 1990 decision for Procter & Gamble Co. in a case that involved a foreign legal restriction on royalty payments. Cohen, at Pace University, noted that when the decision was issued, there wasn't a conflicting regulation and the appellate court “logically applied the Supreme Court case.”

“I think a regulation that restricts the First Security Bank Supreme Court decision in certain cases with respect to foreign law doesn't make conceptual sense,” he said.

The case is 3M Co. et al. v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, docket number 5816-13, in the U.S. Tax Court.

Will the Tax Court's Explanation of Its Medtronic Ruling Make the ‘CUT’?

Like the 3M case, Medtronic's transfer pricing dispute stems from accusations that the IRS overstepped its authority.

The Tax Court squarely rejected the IRS' $1.36 billion tax deficiency calculation in June 2016, finding that the agency's calculations for intercompany license royalty rates didn't reflect a Puerto Rican subsidiary's contributions to the medical device maker's profits.

However, the Eighth Circuit struck a blow to Medtronic in August 2018 when it vacated the Tax Court decision and ordered Judge Kathleen Kerrigan to justify more extensively her determination that Medtronic's overall transfer pricing method was correct.

When arguing before the Eighth Circuit, the IRS contended that Judge Kerrigan had failed to apply the required regulatory analysis in selecting the comparable uncontrolled transaction, or CUT, method for determining the arm's-length royalty rate that the Puerto Rican subsidiary owed Minnesota-based Medtronic for licenses in 2005 and 2006.

According to the agency, Judge Kerrigan had skirted the analysis required under transfer pricing regulations when she concluded that a license agreement between Medtronic and a company that had been its competitor, Siemens Pacesetter Inc., was a CUT.

For its part, Medtronic characterized the IRS' arguments as a challenge to the factual findings that led to the Tax Court's valuation method rather than to the valuation method itself. The medical device maker noted that Judge Kerrigan had found the subsidiary was its own autonomous unit operating at arm's length, which she took into account when valuing the licenses and calculating the royalty rates.

While the narrow issues in this case are specific to Medtronic, the Eight Circuit's decision may encourage the Tax Court to elaborate on its explanations in the future, according to Frantz at Orrick.

But beyond that, “I don't think it's going to have any real effect on transfer pricing law going forward,” she said.

The case is Medtronic Inc. et al. v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, docket number 6944-11, in the U.S. Tax Court.

--Additional reporting by Vidya Kauri, Molly Moses and Alex M. Parker. Editing by John Oudens and Tim Ruel. 

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"Washington Examiner" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law distinguished fellow in criminal justice Mimi Rocah in "Media and Democrats agree: The impeachment witnesses have 'impeccable' credentials"

11/20/19

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"PopMatters" featured Pace University in "Pink Bicycles and Folding Chairs: An Interview with Microbudget Movie Maker Joshua Kennedy"

11/20/19

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"Broadway World" featured Pace University in "BWW College Guide - 25 Major Universities Share How They Give Students Real World Experience"

11/20/19

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"Midhudson News" featured Dyson's Parenting, Prison and Pups in "Prisoners and pups graduate from Pace program"

11/20/19

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"WalletHub" featured Dyson's Assistant Professor Aditi Paul in "2019’s Best & Worst Cities for Singles"

11/20/19

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"Voice of Detroit" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law professor Bennett Gershman in "Hundreds of police officers are proven liars"

11/19/19

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"NBC News" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law distinguished fellow in criminal justice Mimi Rocah's piece "Trump's smearing of ex-Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch echoes Christine Blasey Ford"

11/19/19

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"Yahoo News" featured Pace University in "Schools That Accept the Most International Students"

11/19/19

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"News12" featured the Elisabeth Haub School of Law Professor Bennett Gershman in "Woman claims elevator at The Galleria at White Plains has been out of service for a year"

11/19/19

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"Broadway World" featured director of the Dyson College Musical Theater Program Amy Rogers in "Andy Mientus and More to Support of The Fund for College Auditions at Hidden Cabaret series"

11/19/19

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"The Maneater" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law Dean Horace Anderson Jr. in "MU Law takes lead on paper-waste reduction"

11/19/19

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"Associated Press" featured Lubin School of Business professor Larry Chiagouris in "Shootings and shock value: Hoodies, PSA use similar tactics"

11/18/19

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"Westchester Magazine" featured Pace's Biology Department and the Dyson College Institute in "A Talk with Dr. Deborah McCauley"

11/18/19

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"MSNBC" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law distinguished fellow in criminal justice Mimi Rocah in "The 11th Hour with Brian Williams"

11/14/19

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"Cynopsis" featured The Actors Studio MFA program at Pace University in "Ovation TV's Fresh Take on Inside the Actors Studio"

11/14/19

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"Tribeca Tribune" featured Pace University’s School of Performing Arts in "Madonna-Inspired Adaptation of Midsummer's Night Dream"

11/14/19

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"Gothamist" featured Pace University Law School’s Energy and Climate Center Professor Thomas Bourgeois in "Cuomo Gives National Grid 14 Days To Hook Up New Customers Or Lose Franchise"

11/14/19

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"Washington Post" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law distinguished fellow in criminal justice Mimi Rocah in "Democrats’ impeachment lawyer cut his teeth prosecuting mobsters, Wall Street cheats"

11/13/19

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"The News & Observer" featured Dyson Communications Assistant Professor Aditi Paul in "Single in this North Carolina city? You're probably going to stay that way, study says"

11/13/19

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"Science Daily" featured Dyson Assistant Professor Anne Toomey in "Applying biodiversity conservation research in practice"

11/13/19

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"The Daily Princetonian" featured adjunct instructor Jeremy Levine in "Q&A with adjunct professor Jeremy Levine on impeachment and Mueller '66"

11/13/19

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"Local 10" featured Lubin School of Business professor Randi Priluck in "New app promises to spice up your Instagram Stories"

11/13/19

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"CNN Business" featured Lubin marketing professor Randi Priluck in "They left Facebook to make an app that will spice up your Instagram Stories"

11/13/19

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"Patch" featured Pace University in "Pace University Students Smash Pumpkins and Stereotypes"

11/13/19

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"CBS New York" featured Pace University's Canines Assisting in Health” program in "Pace University Program Teaches Future Health Care Professionals How To Interact With Service Animals"

11/13/19

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"Mediate" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law distinguished fellow in criminal justice Mimi Rocah in "Dan Abrams to Moderate ‘Great Impeachment Debate’ Between MSNBC’s Mimi Rocah and Breitbart’s Joel Pollak"

11/12/19

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"Stock Daily Dish" featured President Marvin Krislov in "New Pace President Marvin Krislov committed to the 'Pace Path'"

11/12/19

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"Can North America" featured Bruce Bachenheimer, Clinical Professor of Management and Executive Director of the Entrepreneurship Lab in "North America’s most powerful cities"

11/12/19

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"The Wall Street Journal" featured Lubin School of Business professor Bruce Bachenheimer in "Cash-strapped small businesses turn to go fund me"

11/12/19

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"The Wall Street Journal" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law professor James Fishman in "Celebrity Board Members Engaged in Big-Ticket Transactions With NRA"

11/12/19

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"Patch" featured David Z. Hirsh in "David Z. Hirsh to Join Pace University Board of Trustees"

11/12/19

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"The Business Times" featured Pace University in "Where the packages go"

11/11/19

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"Pymnts" featured Lubin School of Business professor Bruce Bachenheimer in "Struggling SMBs Soliciting Donations Via GoFundMe"

11/11/19

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"Inside Higher Ed" featured Pace University in "Converse and Pace Go Test Optional"

11/11/19

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"New York Post" featured Pace University in "Pace University course helps veterans transition to college"

11/11/19

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Press Release: Real Estate Investor David Z. Hirsh to Join Pace’s Board of Trustees

11/11/19

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"MSNBC" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law's Distinguished Criminal Justice Fellow Mimi Rocah in "MSNBC The Last Word"

11/08/19

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"Law and Crime" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law's Distinguished Criminal Justice Fellow Mimi Rocah in "Former Federal Prosecutors Urge AG Barr to Protect Jurors in Roger Stone Trial from Tampering"

11/08/19

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'"Slipped Disc" featured Pace University in "Top 10 colleges to study musical theatre"

11/08/19

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"Yahoo Finance" featured Pace University in "Planned Acts of Kindness Announces Kick-Off Summit for 2020: The Year of World Kindness"

11/08/19

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"NY Times" featured Pace University in "Where the packages go"

11/08/19

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"Dance Spirit" featured Pace University graduate Sydney Mesher in "Next in line: Meet Four Members of the Radio City Rockettes Class of 2019"

11/07/19

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"The Meeting Magazines" featured Pace's registered dietitian and clinical coordinator in nutrition and dietetics Jessica Tosto in "Unique Food and Beverage Options Please Attendees and Keep Clients Coming Back for More"

11/07/19

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"Medium" featured Director of Career Services Paula King's tips in "Top Tips for Veterans in College or Looking to Change Careers"

11/07/19

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"Westchester County Business Journal" featured Pace University in "WCC and Pace in Transfer Agreement"

11/07/19

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"Westmore News" featured Pace University in "Facts of Life"

11/06/19

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"WalletHub" featured Lubin School of Business Professor Edmund H. Mantell in "Ask the Experts: Business Credit Cards"

11/06/19

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"U.S. News & World Report" featured Lewis J. Altfest, a professor of finance at Pace University's Lubin School of Business in "How to Make Dividends Work for You"

11/06/19

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"FiOS1" featured Pace University students in "Pace University students dispel stereotypes"

11/06/19

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"MSNBC" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law's Distinguished Criminal Justice Fellow Mimi Rocah in "Federal appeals court rules Trump must hand over financial documents"

11/05/19

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'Politico" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law's Distinguished Criminal Justice Fellow Mimi Rocah in "‘Thin to win’: How Democrats are building the case against Trump"

11/05/19

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"STL Today" featured the Elisabeth Haub School of Law Professor Bennett Gershman in "Perjury involving St. Louis County police officer's trial could be difficult to prove, experts say"

11/05/19

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"AU Yahoo Lifestyle" featured Dyson psychology professor Terence Hines in "Ghost sightings as explained by science"

11/05/19

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"Law360" featured Bridget Crawford, professor of taxation at the Pace University Elisabeth Haub School of Law, in "3 Ways Trump Will Save 'Bigly' With Florida Move"

11/05/19

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"360 Magazine" featured Lubin Professor Randi Priluck in "Twitter bans free speech?"

11/05/19

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"Business Insider" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law's Distinguished Criminal Justice Fellow Mimi Rocah in "House Democrats just gave Republicans everything they wanted in the impeachment inquiry"

11/01/19

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"Rhea Herald News" featured founding director of the nutrition and dietetics program Christen Cupples Cooper in "They may taste great, but sugary drinks can pack a major punch to your gut and your health"

11/01/19

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"Raw Story" featured Distinguished Criminal Justice Fellow at Pace Law School Mimi Rocah in "Ex-prosecutor flogs GOP Whip for ‘really dumb’ argument impeachment should be declared a mistrial"

10/31/19

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"Broadway World" featured Pace University in "Pace University School Of The Performing Arts Presents Adaptation Of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM Set To Madonna"

10/31/19

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"USA Today" featured Pace University in "US college enrollment application rising at these schools"

10/31/19

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"Westchester County Business Journal" featured Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems Dean Jonathan Hill's piece "Keeping Pace: Health care cybersecurity is a battle we can’t afford to lose"

10/31/19

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"Westchester County Business Journal" featured Pace University in "Pace Award for Mobile Food Pantry"

10/30/19

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"Westchester County Business Journal" featured Pace University's Economic Impact report in "Pace Contributes Hundreds of Millions to Regional Economy"

10/30/19

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"FiOS1" featured the Pace Women's Justice Center in "PILOT PROGRAM TO PROVIDE LEGAL SERVICES TO SURVIVORS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE"

10/30/19

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"Washington Post" featured Distinguished Criminal Justice Fellow at Pace Law School Mimi Rocah in "What Pelosi is up to with Thursday’s impeachment vote"

10/30/19

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"Medical Daily" featured Dyson psychology professor Terence Hines in "Science Explains Ghost Sightings"

10/30/19

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"Westfair Online" featured Pace University's President Marvin Krislov in "Pace's economic impact on Westchester"

10/30/19

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"MSNBC" featured Distinguished Criminal Justice Fellow at Pace Law School Mimi Rocah in "Ex-Bolton deputy skips impeachment testimony"

10/29/19

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"Raw Story" featured Distinguished Criminal Justice Fellow at Pace Law School Mimi Rocah in "Giuliani’s butt-dialing mishap provides the ‘smoking gun’ that leads to Trump: ex-prosecutor"

10/29/19

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"Raw Story" featured Distinguished Criminal Justice Fellow at Pace Law School Mimi Rocah in "Lt Colonel Alexander Vindman is ‘the kind of witness that prosecutors dream about’: Mimi Rocah"

10/29/19

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"St. Pete Catalyst" featured from Elisabeth Haub School of Law graduate Jeffrey Deskovic in "Wrongfully convicted man brings criminal justice message to Stetson Law students"

10/29/19

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"WCBI" featured professor of art history Janetta Rebold Benton in "Gargoyles and grotesques get their close-up"

10/29/19

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"Hudson Valley" featured Pace University Men’s Basketball program in "Pace University Men's Basketball Fifth Annual Tip-Off Dinner featuring Keynote Speaker Coach Seth Greenberg"

10/29/19

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"Europa Press" featured Robert F. Kennedy Jr. in "Robert F. Kennedy Jr. participará en un encuentro sobre el cambio climático en Las Palmas de Gran Canaria"

10/29/19