Martin Eisenstein Discusses Aftermath of Wayfair at Marcus Evans Tax Summit

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On November 8, 2018, Brann & Isaacson Managing Partner Martin Eisenstein addressed the Marcus Evans annual tax summit in Pasadena, California. His presentation was entitled, “The Aftermath of the Supreme Court’s Decision in Wayfair: Will the States be on the Warpath?” in which he addressed the fall-out from the Supreme Court’s 2018 opinion in Wayfair...

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Martin Eisenstein and Nathaniel Bessey Pen State Tax Notes Cover Story

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An article by managing partner Martin Eisenstein and partner Nathaniel Bessey, “Wayfair and P.L. 86-272 in a Services Economy,” is the cover story in the November 5, 2018, issue of State Tax Notes. In the piece, Eisenstein and Bessey explore the broader potential impacts of the Supreme Court’s recent opinion in South Dakota v. Wayfair...

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On the Cover of State Tax Notes: Isaacson and Bertoni Discuss Stare Decisis

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George Isaacson and David Bertoni made the cover of State Tax Notes this month with the latest installment of Brann & Isaacson’s quarterly column Eyes On E-Commerce.   In their article, “The Strange Death of Stare Decisis” Isaacson and Bertoni contend that the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decisions in South Dakota v. Wayfair and Janus v....

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Seven Brann & Isaacson Attorneys Recognized by The Best Lawyers in America© 2019

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Seven Brann & Isaacson attorneys have been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© 2019: George S. Isaacson, Commercial Litigation; Litigation and Controversy—Tax; Martin I. Eisenstein, Litigation and Controversy–Tax; Tax Law; Martha E. Greene, Trusts and Estates; Peter D. Lowe, Employment Law—Management; Benjamin W. Lund, Corporate Law; Real Estate Law; Peter. J. Brann,...

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Schaefer Details Post-Wayfair Uncertainty in New Article

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Partner Matthew Schaefer, who served as co-counsel to the Respondents in the landmark case of South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc., has published a feature article in the August 2018 edition of Digital Business Lawyer reporting on the Supreme Court’s Wayfair decision and the uncertainty it leaves for remote sellers and states regarding the enforceability of...

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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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Eisenstein Presents Webinar on Management of State Tax Audits

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On October 3, 2017, Managing Partner Martin Eisenstein participated as a presenter in a Strafford Publishing webinar on “Sampling and Audit Management.” He discussed best practices in managing sales and use tax audits, and gave examples of typical problems taxpayers encounter when they do not follow best practices. Eisenstein provided specific practice pointers for tax...

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George Isaacson Testifies Before House Judiciary Committee

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On July 25, 2017, Senior Partner George Isaacson gave testimony to the Subcommittee on Regulatory Reform, Commercial and Antitrust Law of the House Judiciary Committee in Washington, DC. His subject was state regulatory overreach and its negative impact on American business and consumers. In his testimony, available here, Isaacson addressed the increasing problem of extra–territorial...

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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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