Matt Schaefer Speaks About DMA v. Brohl, State Notice and Reporting Laws at COST Sales Tax Conference

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Matt Schaefer Speaks About DMA v. Brohl, State Notice and Reporting Laws at COST Sales Tax Conference


On February 27, 2016, partner Matthew Schaefer presented a seminar at the Council on State Taxation’s Annual Sales Tax Conference and Audit Session, which was held this year in San Antonio, Texas. Schaefer’s session was entitled “Can States Regulate Remote Sellers Into Submission To Collect States’ Taxes?” The discussion focused on state use tax notice and reporting laws, examined through the issues raised in Direct Marketing Association v. Brohl—the long-running litigation over the Colorado use tax notice and reporting law enacted in 2010—in which Schaefer served as co-counsel to the DMA. Schaefer was joined in delivering the presentation by Clark Calhoun of Alston & Bird, along with moderator Fred Nicely of COST.

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