Litigation

Litigation

The Big Benefit of Litigating to Win

What do Nevada and Wyoming have in common? They're the only two states where we haven't dealt with courts or administrative agencies on tax disputes. Yet.

We've litigated at the Circuit Court level in many states and have tried tax appeals before many of the State Appellate Courts as well as the Supreme Courts of California, Illinois and Missouri. We took our appeal on behalf of Hunt-Wesson Foods to the U.S. Supreme Court - and won on Commerce and Due Process clause issues.

We can resolve tax problems nationwide quickly and efficiently because our SALT lawyers have the experience, working relationships with key governmental personnel, and knowledge of state and local laws and policies to get the job done. We stress negotiated settlements and are often successful because of our reputation as tough and skillful litigators. But, when necessary, we have gone to court over disputes involving:

  • Income taxes
  • Sales and use taxes
  • Franchise taxes
  • Local license taxes
  • Business and occupation taxes
  • Single business taxes
  • Capital stock taxes
 

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