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Wednesday, September 09, 2015

HMB's David Ruskin Quoted in Industry Publication on Relief in Shipping Tax Cases, but Wineries Must Act Fast

Illinois Update | Attorney General Announces New Relief in Shipping Tax Cases, but Wineries Must Act Fast

by Alex Koral - Compliance Law Research Associate

September 3, 2015

Wineries facing a lawsuit for failing to collect shipping taxes may have another means of relief according to a recent announcement by the Illinois Attorney General (AG). As first reported by attorney David Ruskin [partner inHorwood Marcus & Berk's State & Local Tax Practice] the AG has indicated that she will conduct further reviews of pending False Claim cases based on new rules proposed by the Illinois Department of Revenue (IDOR).

However, the time period for the AG's reviews is very limited. Wineries must have submitted their proof to the AG by SEPTEMBER 15 to have their case reviewed. 

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