Brann & Isaacson partners Martin Eisenstein, David Bertoni, and Matthew Schaefer filed merit briefs with the Ohio Supreme Court on August 31, 2015, in three separate cases challenging the constitutionality of the statutory, gross receipts nexus standard applicable to the Ohio Commercial Activity Tax (“CAT”). B&I represents internet retailers Newegg Inc., Crutchfield Corp., and Mason... The post appeared first on Brann & Isaacson.

Martin Eisenstein / 0 Comments “Factor Presence,” which is the standard first proposed by the Multistate Tax Commission in 2002 for determining nexus for business activity taxes, means that a company has nexus in a state if its sales in the state exceed a specified threshold, or if the company maintains payroll or property in the state above specified amounts....Read the full article