...Hyatt challenged an adverse tax decision by the California Franchise Tax Board (FTB). As part of tax proceedings in California in 2011, the FTB utilized...
...connection with the settlement of an action entitled Norman D. Schwartz v FTB Corp. et al (Supreme Court, New York County). Respondent's client, Schwartz...
New York Law Journal
Victor M. Metsch, a partner at Hartman & Craven, writes: The newly enacted ?3119 of the CPLR, coupled with a recent decision applying the new statute, brings to mind the old proverb - "Be careful wha
...Factual BackgroundThe California Franchise Tax Board (hereinafter "the FTB"), a California state agency with the responsibility of collecting income tax for...
Sidney Kess, CPA-attorney, writes that as a result of the efforts of the National Research Program, an arm of the IRS that collects data used to measure tax payment, filing and reporting compliance,
Carolyn Joy Lee and Joseph Lipari, partners at Roberts & Holland, write that tax lawyers around the country have been in a tizzy of late, striving to comply with significant new federal disclosure a
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