Sutherland Salt Shaker - Vol. 1. No. 1 - January 2010

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Sutherland Launches “Salt Shaker”

Welcome to the inaugural edition of the Sutherland SALT Shaker! The Shaker will be different from what you are used to seeing from us. Rather than providing an in-depth analysis of a recent state and local tax development (see Sutherland Legal Alerts) or a new perspective on a state and local tax trend (see Sutherland’s A Pinch of SALT), the Shaker will be an “easy read” – briefly noting the state tax developments and issues that we think are most important to your business.

In addition to providing you information on tax developments, the Shaker will keep you apprised of our comings and goings. For those of you who know Sutherland’s State and Local Tax folks well, we hope you get a kick out of hearing what we are up to. For those of you who do not (yet) know us well, we hope that the Shaker will give us an opportunity to introduce ourselves. We will let you know where we will be (and have been) speaking. We will tell you a little about the individual members of our practice (and our pets!). And, we will share our reactions as to what we are hearing. The State and Local Tax community is close-knit – it is our hope that the Shaker serves to connect us even more.

In This Issue:

MTC Drafts Model Statute for Wage Withholding on Mobile Workers; Oregon Considering Tax Rate Hikes That Would Apply Retroactively; Sutherland Elects Two to SALT Practice Partnership; Upcoming California FTB Interested Parties Meetings on New Income Tax Provisions; Recently Seen and Heard; SALT PET OF THE MONTH: Pilar's Lucky Penny; U.S. Supreme Court State Tax Updates; Pennsylvania Amnesty Program; and, Maryland Court of Special Appeals Issues Classics Decision.

Please see full newsletter below for more information.

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Published In: Labor & Employment 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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