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Is the Supreme Court Set to Extinguish Bellas Hess' Bright Line Rule Barring Imposition of Sales Tax on Out-of-State Internet...

Twenty-six years ago in Quill Corp. v. North Dakota the U.S. Supreme Court held that the Bellas Hess bright line rule that out-of-state sellers cannot be held liable for collecting and remitting sales tax to any state unless...more

DOJ Announces Major New Shift in Criminal Sentencing in Offshore Tax Matters

At the 34th Annual National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud in Las Vegas yesterday afternoon, Mark Daly, DOJ Tax Division Senior Litigation Counsel announced a major new shift in how the Department of Justice plans to argue...more

Supreme Court Hears Oral Argument Today in Major Case Regarding Cell Phone Location Privacy

In Carpenter v. United States, federal investigators sought cellphone location data for a set of persons suspected in a series of robberies. The Fourth Amendment prevents the government from conducting unreasonable searches...more

Evading 200 Years of Precedent: The IRS's New Foreign Travel Ban Will Revoke or Deny Passports of Taxpayers Owing More than...

Under the new Section 7345 of the Internal Revenue Code coming into effect in January 2018, Congress has given the IRS the power to “certify” the names of delinquent taxpayers to the State Department for purposes of denying...more

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