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What state has the most reported False Claims Act qui tam cases?

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The Supreme Court recently determined that the eastern half of this state primarily consists of Native American reservations, which could have significant SALT implications.

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Which Founding Father was granted a tax incentive from New Jersey—a 10-year property tax exemption—to establish his manufacturing company in the state?

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Which state is the latest state to enact legislation complying with the Streamlined Sales & Use Tax Agreement?

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Enacted in 1976, which federal law prohibits state and local governments from imposing discriminatory taxes against railroad companies?

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This Week’s Question:
In 2019, these two states entered into a “truce” to limit offering incentives for companies relocating between their borders.

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On September 2nd, 1965, the Congressional Special Subcommittee on State Taxation of Interstate Commerce released the final volume of its study concerning issues in state and

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Which Supreme Court justice penned the majority opinion in Quill Corp. v. North Dakota?

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What year was the Internet Tax Freedom Act (ITFA) originally enacted?

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What Eversheds Sutherland lawyer recently had their writing cited by the Ohio Supreme Court?

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