Fighting to keep catalog postage affordable
and fending off intrusive sales tax legislation.
By Martin Eisenstein & Jamie Szal of Brann & Isaacson The effects of the June 2018 Supreme Court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc. have continued to reach far and wide. Earlier this year, we highlighted one of the most prominent post-Wayfair developments: economic nexus enforcement at the local tax level by home rule […]
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