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The California Office of Tax Appeals: one year later

USA - January 30 2019 The California Office of Tax Appeals (“OTA”) officially began operations on January 1, 2018. One year later, we review the OTA’s accomplishments in...

Andres Vallejo, Priscilla Parrett, Shail Shah, Rebecca G. Durham, Mike Shaikh.

Recent California Supreme Court decision could have impact on San Francisco Prop C and other special tax voter initiatives; plus an Office of Tax Appeals update

USA - November 27 2018 On November 6, 2018, California voters approved 264 of the 390 proposed local tax and bond measures on state and local ballots. One such measure was...

Priscilla Parrett, Shail Shah, Rebecca G. Durham, Mike Shaikh.

California’s implementation of Wayfair tax collection rules for online retailers may raise legal challenges

USA - November 1 2018 On October 24, 2018, in response to the U.S. Supreme Court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., the California Department of Tax and...

Priscilla Parrett, Shail Shah, Rebecca G. Durham, Mike Shaikh.

California accidentally posts draft tax collection rules for online retailers -- legal challenges possible if draft rules are adopted

USA - August 10 2018 The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) inadvertently posted on its website a draft notice containing new tax collection rules...

Shail Shah, Mike Shaikh.

California taxpayers should fight imposition of the LCUP and other penalties in the wake of Gillette.

USA - May 22 2018 In October 2012, a California Court of Appeal held that taxpayers could, under the Multistate Tax Compact, elect to apportion income using an equally...

Shail Shah, Kyle O. Sollie, Mike Shaikh.