South Dakota v Wayfair: The Evolution of State Sales Tax

United States Supreme Court decided a closely watched and much anticipated landmark case involving internet sales and the incidents of state sales tax.
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United States Supreme Court decided a closely watched and much anticipated landmark case involving internet sales and the incidents of state sales tax.

Mark Muntean, J.D., LL.M. Taxation (Georgetown) is a business and tax lawyer in the San Francisco Bay Area of California with nearly 40 years' experience in Federal, state, and international tax matters. He represents clients in connection with Federal (IRS) and state (Franchise Tax Board and Board of Equalization) tax matters, as well as excise tax matters; corporate, real estate, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, and business law matters; and criminal tax issues. Mr. Muntean is a regular contributor to the Lexis Quarterly Tax Journal, is the co-author for the Matthew Bender Series: Ballantine & Sterling California Corporate Laws, and is the author of Matthew Bender, Business Organizations: Professional Corporations and Associations.

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