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Monday, April 10, 2017

Jordan Goodman and Breen Schiller were quoted in State Notes from the 2017 ABA/IPT Advanced Sales/Use Tax seminar in New Orleans

 

SALT Experts Discuss 'Kill Quill' Cases, Future of Transfer Pricing Litigation
By:  Eric Yauch

"Speaking at the 2017 American Bar Association and Institute for Professionals in Taxation conference in New Orleans, Jordan Goodman of Horwood Marcus & Berk Chtd. asked fellow panelists whether taxpayers are required to follow 'unconstitutional' state laws, like those challenging the physical presence standard in Quill Corp. v. North Dakota."  Questions? Click here to contact Jordan Goodman.

Jordan presented with:

Professor Richard Pomp, University of Connecticut Law
Helen Hecht, Multistate Tax Commission 

Revenue Commissioners Discuss Quill, Federal Tax Reform
By: Eric Yauch

"Schiller said that with states facing large budget deficits, some revenue departments have expanded tax collection efforts without new legislation supporting that expansion - often disguised as a clarification to existing law." Questions?  Questions? Click here to contact Breen Schiller.

Breen presented with:

Courtney Kay-Decker, Director, Department of Revenue, Iowa
Julie Magee, Department of Revenue, Alabama
Kimberly Robinson, Secretary of Revenue, Louisiana

Click here to read the full article from State Tax Notes

(C) Tax Analysts 2017. Reprinted with permission.

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