Sutherland Salt Shaker Vol. 2 No. 3- March 21, 2011


New Jersey Tax Court Finds “User Error” in Treatment of Extraterritorial Income; Discrimination Train Has Left the Station: U.S. Supreme Court Remands Alabama Railroad Case; Ouch! Taxpayer Seeks to Pierce Its Own Veil; Salt Pet of the Month; SEC Fines Company for Failure to Collect and Remit State Sales Tax; Kimberly-Clark Gets No “Huggies” from Massachusetts Appellate Tax Unclaimed Property…Nevada is Betting on a Sure Thing; You’re Not Fired! Tax Injunction Act Does Not Bar Federal Court Review of Blagojevich-Era Legislation; New Baby Joines the Sutherland Salt Family;Last Call – New Tax Bills in Play As Last Day to Introduce California Legislation Passes; Recently Seen and Heard; California Court of Appeal Switcheroo: Software Constitutes Technology Transfer Agreement; Get Out Your Dustpan: Georgia Bill Proposes Sweeping Tax Reform; Bounty Hunters Gone Wild! States Turn to Controversial Contingent-Fee Auditors; Come See Us; The Sutherland SALT Team.

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