Sutherland Salt Shaker - April 2012

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In This Issue

2 SALT Pet of the Month; 5 Professor Hellerstein’s Office Hours; 9 California Screaming; and 9 Policy Wonk.

Sub Articles: A Swing and a Miss: Maryland Court Defines “Final” for Purposes of Statute of Limitations Following Baseball Team Owner’s Federal Audit; Pfizer Easily Wins on Appeal in the Wolverine State; City of Des Moines and Residents in ROW over Franchise Fees; SALT PET OF THE MONTH; Michigan Court of Appeals Finds Drop-Shipped Sales Are Sourced for SBT Purposes Based on Delivery Location; Massachusetts Greases the Skids for Lubricant Manufacturer to Use Single Sales Factor; Washington B&O Tax Nexus Stinks: Attributional to Economic; Iowa and Kansas: Remote Access to Software is Not Taxable . . . Or Is It?; When Do Independent Contractors’ Activities Deprive a Taxpayer of Public Law 86-272’s Immunity? Ann Sacks and Its Implications; CALIFORNIA SCREAMING: We Know Where You Live: California’s Billing Address Sourcing; and, Market Sourcing Merry-Go-Round.

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Published In: Administrative Agency Updates, Civil Procedure Updates, General Business Updates, Franchise Updates, Tax Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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