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United States Prevails in WTO Dispute Challenging China's Duties on U.S. Automobiles

Last month, a World Trade Organization (WTO) Panel issued a report favorable to the United States, ruling against Chinese duties on American auto exports. China had imposed tariffs on U.S. cars and SUVs with engine capacities...more

Summary of the 2014 Mississippi Taxpayer Fairness Act

This omnibus tax legislation, House Bill No. 799, was signed into law by Governor Phil Bryant on April 11, 2014, after passing the House of Representatives by a unanimous vote 121-0, and by a Senate vote of 40-9. This...more

Owner Permitted to Redeem Property from Tax Claim Bureau

A panel of the Commonwealth Court held that the Westmoreland Tax Claim Bureau had the discretion under the Real Estate Tax Sale Law (RETSL) to allow an owner of a tax delinquent property (Rowe) to redeem the property through...more

Evidentiary Hearing Required in Upset Tax Sale Challenge

A divided Commonwealth Court panel vacated an order of the Court of Common Pleas of Lackawanna County dismissing a property owner’s (Pascal) set aside petition to void the judicial sale of her property and remanded the case...more

Bolton Steel Tube: TCC Orders Crown to Reassessment in Accordance with Settlement

In Bolton Steel Tube Co. Ltd. v. The Queen (2014 TCC 94), the Tax Court of Canada allowed the taxpayer’s motion requesting an Order that would require the CRA to reassess the taxpayer in accordance with the terms of a...more

Ocean Avenue LLC v. County of Los Angeles Affirmed; AB 2372 Passes Assembly

On June 3, 2014, in a published decision, the California Court of Appeal for the Second Appellate District affirmed the Superior Court ruling in Ocean Avenue LLC v. County of Los Angeles, holding that even though 100 percent...more

Michigan Supreme Court: No Automatic Use Tax Exemption for Purchases from Michigan Sellers – Andrie v Treasury

The Michigan Supreme Court published Andrie, Inc. v Department of Treasury yesterday afternoon, a decision which affects any business client with significant purchases from Michigan sellers. The Court reversed the Court of...more

Focus on Tax Controversy - Summer 2014

In This Issue: - Waiver of Privilege: Disturbing Trends - New Repair Regulations Affect All Taxpayers - Unclaimed Property – It Is Not a Tax, but It Can Feel Like One - Excerpt from Waiver of...more

Is the Internal Revenue Service Lying?

Do you remember the controversy where the IRS was accused of targeting and unfairly auditing the Tea Party? In an article Sunday from CNN’s Political Ticker by Sara Fischer, the IRS has claimed that it is unable to...more

Spruce Credit: Avoidance transactions and the Duke of Westminster

In Spruce Credit Union v. The Queen (2014 FCA 143) the Federal Court of Appeal upheld the lower court’s interpretation and application of the inter-corporate dividend deduction under subsection 112(1) of the Income Tax Act...more

Repair Service or Manufacturing? Tax Court finds that grinding and calibrating work rolls used by Mills was manufacturing...

Indiana allows an exemption from sales and use tax for items directly used or consumed in the direct production of tangible personal property. The Indiana Tax Court last month concluded that a Taxpayer’s grinding and...more

UK's Upper Tribunal decision in Greene King: tax and accounting

SPEED READ - The Upper Tribunal has upheld the Firsttier Tribunal’s (FTT’s) decision in Greene King. Planning designed to obtain a deduction with no taxable receipt was held to have failed. While the law has changed...more

European Court of Justice judgment on the exemption of foreign investment funds from CIT in Poland

The European Court of Justice has issued a judgment concerning the authority of Poland to grant a corporate income tax (CIT) exemption to investment funds depending on where their registered offices are located. Polish...more

Focus on Tax Controversy and Litigation - May 2014

In this issue: - Tax Court Rejects Partnerships’ Claim of Attorney-Client Privilege and Orders Release of Opinion Letters - Litigation Heats Up in Section 1603 Cash Grant Program for Renewable Energy Projects...more

Grave decisions for Cemetery Association and Office Building Owner; Tax Court rejects two petitions to enjoin collection of...

A longstanding exemption is denied. In Washington Park Cemetery Association, Inc. v. Marion County Assess et al., Cause No. 49T10-1404-TA-10, the non-profit Association owned a cemetery, mausoleum and crematory complex in...more

The Construction Advantage – Issue 5

In our fifth issue of The Construction Advantage, we discuss some potential federal tax legislation, the time of accrual for a statute of limitation on an indemnity obligation, and a payment bond case recently decided by a...more

Leroux: CRA Owes Duty Of Care To Taxpayer

Can a Canadian taxpayer successfully sue the Canada Revenue Agency? - In recent years, taxpayers have brought a number of civil actions against the Canada Revenue Agency (the “CRA”). The allegations in such cases...more

Southeast State & Local Tax: Important Developments - April Update

The Williams Mullen Southeast State and Local Tax (SESALT) team is pleased to provide you with a comprehensive recap of recent legislation around the U.S. ...more

MoFo New York Tax Insights - Volume 5, Issue 5 - May 2014

In This Issue: - Two Combined Reporting Decisions Highlight Issues Involving “Permissive” Combined Reporting - New York State Corporate Tax Reform Legislation Enacted – What You Need to Know - Appellate Court...more

Bakorp: Appeal Dismissed For Failure To Comply With Large Corporations Rules

In Bakorp Management Ltd. v. The Queen (2014 FCA 104), the Federal Court of Appeal upheld a decision of the Tax Court dismissing the taxpayer’s appeal for failure to comply with the rules relating to objections and appeals...more

Court’s Ruling Holding Corporate Officer Responsible for Trust Fund Recovery Penalty Illustrates Risk of Personal Liability for...

A district court in the Northern District of California has held that the officer of a now-defunct corporation is personally responsible for the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty based upon the company’s failure to collect, account...more

Will the German interest deduction limitation rules be found unconstitutional? Action steps for taxpayers as the courts decide

In a decision dated December 13, 2013 but only published recently, Germany’s Federal Tax Court has suspended execution of a German corporate income tax assessment to the extent that it was levied on the basis of the...more

Prince v ACE: Extra-Territorial Effect Of U.S. Tax Laws?

Should a Canadian court exercise its jurisdiction to hear a class action lawsuit against Air Canada for improperly collecting U.S. travel taxes on ticket purchases in Canada and on air travel in Canada?...more

Luxembourg: recent developments in transfer pricing and tax ruling practice

The Luxembourg tax authorities are currently carrying out transfer pricing audits, particularly for financing companies. When the transfer prices are not substantiated through proper documentation, the Luxembourg tax...more

Supreme Court Grapples With Showing Required For Evidentiary Hearing Before Summons Enforcement

After hearing oral arguments in a case alleging the Internal Revenue Service issued summonses for an improper purpose, the Supreme Court of the United States is set to provide guidance on the type of evidence that a summoned...more

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