Wrapping Up September – and Looking Forward to October
Upcoming McDermott Will & Emery SALT Activities in October:
October 9, 2017: Stephen Kranz is presenting about “State Corporate Tax Reform Trends” at the National Taxpayers Conference Annual Meeting, Washington DC.
October 12, 2017: Cate Battin, Kristen Hazel, Britt Haxton, Jane May, Sandra McGill, Diann Smith and Elizabeth Chao are hosting and presenting at the inaugural Tax in the City® event in Seattle, Washington. They will cover topics such as attorney-client privilege and the ethics of social media (CLE/CPE), recent developments around US Tax Reform, and updates on state and local tax issues for Seattle and the surrounding areas.
October 20, 2017: Peter Faber will present on “State and Local Tax Aspects of Acquisitions” at PLI’s Conference on the Taxation of Mergers & Acquisitions in New York.
October 24, 2017: Arthur Rosen will be a panelist in “The Great ‘Debate’: Views on Significant State Tax Issues and A Salute to Paul Frankel” at COST’s 48th Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida.
October 25, 2017: Alysse McLoughlin will present about “Financial Services Hot Topics” at COST’s 48th Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida.
October 27, 2017: Arthur Rosen will be moderating numerous panels at the National Association of State Bar Tax Sections 38th Annual Meeting in Washington, DC: “State and Local Tax Issues before Congress” and “International Tax Proposals – What They Are All About.”
October 28, 2017: Alysse McLoughlin will be speaking at the National Association of State Bar Tax Sections 38th Annual Meeting in Washington, DC about “Apportionment & Market Based Sourcing – Where Are We Now?” Additionally, Peter Faber will speak at this same conference about the “Top 10 Tax Issues,” with Arthur Rosen moderating that presentation.
Wrapping up September:
Our September 2017 blog posts are available on insidesalt.com, or read each article by clicking on the titles below. To receive the latest on state and local tax news and commentary directly in your inbox as they are posted, click here to subscribe to our email list.
September 6, 2017: While Virginia Supreme Court Holds “Subject-To-Tax” Means “Actually Taxed,” Determination of “Actually Taxed” is Relatively Broad for Purposes of Addback Exception
September 14, 2017: Illinois DOR Proposes Use Tax Nexus Standards for Trade Show Retailers
September 15, 2017: South Dakota Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Remote Retailers; Next Step US Supreme Court?
September 28, 2017: Republican Leaders Release Tax Reform Framework
September 29, 2017: State and Local Tax Aspects of Republican Tax Reform Framework
September 29, 2017: Holders Beware: Delaware Department of State Notices to be Mailed in Two Weeks!