Eisenstein and Schaefer Answer Questions About Post-Wayfair Compliance for ACMA “Legal Corner”

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In a post on the American Catalog Mailers’ Association “Legal Corner” on July 26, 2018, B&I Partners Martin Eisenstein and Matthew Schaefer provided answers to some of the fundamental questions confronting remote sellers striving to comply with sales tax requirements in multiple states in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in South Dakota...

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Matthew Schaefer Discusses Post-Wayfair Landscape in Podcast

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Partner Matthew Schaefer recently spoke with host Mike O’Brien of MultiChannel Merchant on the MCM CommerceChat podcast in a session assisting retailers in “Breaking Down the Aftermath of the Wayfair Decision.” Schaefer explained key aspects of the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, in which he took part as a member...

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Isaacson Addresses Congressional Internet Caucus Academy on Wayfair’s Effects

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Senior Partner George Isaacson joined a distinguished panel of experts on Monday, July 9, 2018, to consider the effects of the U.S. Supreme Court’s opinion in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. In that opinion, the Court overruled long–standing precedent and held that a state tax authority may require an out–of–state business to collect and remit...

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SUPREME COURT ISSUES 5–4 OPINION IN HIGH–PROFILE STATE TAX CASE

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On June 21, 2018, the United States Supreme Court issued its opinion in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., the most significant state tax case to face the high court in decades. In a narrow, 5-4 decision, the Court overruled long–standing precedent, announced first in National Bellas Hess v. Department of Revenue of Illinois (1967) and...

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ACMA and NetChoice File Suit Challenging Wyoming and Indiana Anti-Quill Laws

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Last week, on behalf of the American Catalog Mailers Association and NetChoice, Brann & Isaacson initiated lawsuits in state court in Wyoming and Indiana, challenging the constitutionality of each state’s “economic nexus” statute, due to take effect July 1, 2017.  On Wednesday, June 28, the associations filed suit in Circuit Court in Laramie County, Wyoming...

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Substantial Nexus Under Siege: Industry Fights Back!

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Martin Eisenstein and David Bertoni have published their latest blog for members of the American Catalog Mailers Association:  The Industry Is Fighting Back.   The blog goes over each of the major battlefronts in the states’ multi-pronged effort to overturn the long-settled Commerce Clause rule of “substantial nexus,” which requires that companies have a physical presence...

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