Members Only Exclusive: The Rumors of Quill’s Demise Are Greatly Exaggerated

ACMA’s Attorneys Break Down SCOTUS Arguments In South Dakota v. Wayfair Hearing By Martin Eisenstein & David Bertoni No doubt, you have read articles in which so called “experts” predict that Quill is dead. The argument goes that since at least four Justices of the Court had granted the request of South Dakota to grant […]

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Members Only Exclusive – ACMA Legal Corner: CA Proposition 65: Big Changes for Catalog and Online Sellers

As we await oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court on April 17th  in the South Dakota v. Wayfair, Overstock.com,  Newegg case, we’ll review another important area of law for retailers: warning labels under the comprehensive California Proposition 65.  We asked Jamie Szal, who joined Brann & Isaacson a little over a year ago, to […]

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Legal Corner: Facts & Ramifications of Wayfair/Newegg/Overstock SCOTUS Case

By Martin Eisenstein & David Bertoni Most of you have read some of the press reports about South Dakota’s effort to have to the U.S. Supreme Court overrule the Quill v. North Dakota physical presence test. Last fall, three Internet retailers, Wayfair, Newegg, and Overstock, won their case before the Supreme Court of South Dakota, […]

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URGENT UPDATE – State and Local Tax Outlook ’18

December 28, 2017 Members: Hopefully you had a chance to read our Legal Corner from Dec. 15th, which you can still find below. Our attorneys Marty Eisenstein and David Bertoni have just learned of some important developments concerning the states of Washington and Pennsylvania. Their update follows directly below, followed by their original write-up: *  […]

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Indiana Lawsuit Results in Suspension of Sales Tax Collection Statute

We’re excited to report an important positive development in the Hoosier state. Earlier this week, in response to a Complaint we filed with our TruST partner association NetChoice, the Indiana Department of Revenue acknowledged that it has no authority under current law to enforce its new “economic presence” nexus statute (House Enrolled Act 1129). This […]

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