January 18, 2022 08:57 PMOhio Justices Urged To Take Up Telework Tax Dispute
By Emlyn Cameron
The U.S. Tax Court modified eight trial sessions scheduled for February because of the pandemic, taking seven from in-person to remote and rescheduling one for June, according to a notice updated Thursday.
By Paul Williams
A panel of Sixth Circuit judges seemed disinclined Wednesday to accept that Ohio has standing to challenge a federal law's prohibition against using coronavirus aid to offset tax cuts, saying the state's arguments appeared to be based on hypothetical harms.
By Asha Glover
Counsel for an Ohio man told a state appeals court Tuesday that a trial court erred in dismissing his constitutional challenge to a 2020 state law allowing cities to tax remote workers in other municipalities during the pandemic.
By Chris Villani
Former Massachusetts Mayor Jasiel Correia on Friday asked a federal judge to delay the start of his six-year prison term for a corruption conviction, citing the omicron variant and the fact that his alleged co-conspirator has yet to be tried.
By Maria Koklanaris
Kentucky and Tennessee have not established a concrete controversy in complaining that the coronavirus relief fund's so-called tax mandate prevents them from cutting taxes and a decision on their behalf should be reversed, the federal government told the Sixth Circuit.
By Jaqueline McCool
New Jersey would allow taxpayers who are self-employed, independent contractors or employees to claim an income tax deduction for the cost of office supplies incurred during the pandemic under a bill introduced in the state Senate.
Lawrence Hill at Steptoe & Johnson reviews the ups and downs of tax controversy practice in 2021, including the continued effects of the pandemic, troubling decisions on attorney-client privilege and an IRS comeback on transfer pricing.
Tim Tryniecki and Thomas Mudd at MG+M offer a series of practice tips for successfully conducting remote depositions of often-inexperienced fact witnesses, as the virtual court proceedings sparked by COVID-19 look set to become a part of the legal landscape next year.
Attorneys at Morgan Lewis examine Internal Revenue Service guidance on payment of employer-share social security tax deferrals due Jan. 3 under the Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security Act, and offer tips for avoiding costly underpayment and late deposit penalties.
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