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Federal Tax Cases To Watch In The 2nd Half Of 2018

Law360, Los Angeles (July 6, 2018, 6:55 PM EDT) -- From litigation involving the constitutionality of the clergy housing tax exemption, to what the proper standard is for e-filers when there is an error with the submission, the second half of 2018 promises to be packed with a number of high-profile federal tax cases.

A federal district court decision in Wisconsin that struck down a tax exemption for housing provided to clergy is now before the Seventh Circuit. (AP) Here, Law360 takes a look at several important federal tax cases that practitioners should monitor during the rest of the year.

Gaylor v. Mnuchin

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