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Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Johnson: ALJs in State & Local Tax Cases: To Whom Is Deference Due?

Tax AnalystsSteve R. Johnson (Florida State), ALJs in State-Local Tax Cases: To Whom Is Deference Due?, 64 State Tax Notes 785 (June 11, 2012):

Steve R. Johnson writes about a Nevada sales tax case in which the state supreme court had to determine whether the tax department gave deference to an administrative law judge's conclusions and whether equitable tolling applied to the refund claims.

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