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Member Exclusive: ACMA’s Legal Corner – A Post-Wayfair Victory in Massachusetts

By George S. Isaacson, Martin Eisenstein, David Swetnam-Burland & Jamie Szal of Brann & Isaacson In the world of state and local tax law, it’s almost cliché to say that Wayfair — that is, the U.S. Supreme Court’s June 2018 opinion in South Dakota v. Wayfair — changed everything for remote merchants. In that case, a divided Court overruled earlier precedent, […]

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Member Exclusive: ACMA’s Legal Corner – What You Should Know About the Colorado Privacy Act

By David Swetnam-Burland of Brann & Isaacson Over the summer, the number of states enacting comprehensive and potentially burdensome state privacy laws has grown to four. The most recent is the Colorado Privacy Act (CPA), which follows similar statutes in California, Nevada, and Virginia. First, the good news: The CPA does not go into effect until July 1, […]

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Member Exclusive: ACMA’s Legal Corner – Focus on Website Accessibility Claims

By Martin Eisenstein & Nathaniel Bessey With public health restrictions limiting in-person interactions over the past year, e-commerce has become an ever more important channel for sellers of all types, further accelerating an existing trend.  Websites allow businesses to reach customers around the world and around the clock, but website content is not always accessible […]

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Special Update: ACMA’s Legal Corner – Online Merchant Prevails vs. MA DOR

By Martin Eisenstein ACMA’s Legal Corner is ordinarily a members-only benefit, but we’re happy to share this special report beyond the membership. In a victory for remote sellers, the Massachusetts Appellate Tax Board on January 28th unanimously granted summary judgment in favor of taxpayer U.S. Auto Parts and abated a Department of Revenue sales tax assessment […]

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