IRS Can't Dodge Bayer's $65M Tax Credit Suit

Law360, New York (September 21, 2012, 8:19 PM EDT) -- A Pennsylvania federal judge on Thursday denied the Internal Revenue Service's bid to escape a Bayer Corp. suit alleging the company was unfairly denied nearly $65 million in tax credits for research expenses, ruling Bayer had not varied its claims after the suit was filed.

Denying the IRS’ motion for partial summary judgment, U.S. District Judge William L. Standish said that Bayer's introduction of evidence showing which of its qualified research expense tax credits relate to each of its business units was not an attempt to vary...
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BAYER CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES v. THE UNITED STATES


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2:09-cv-00351

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Pennsylvania Western

Nature of Suit

Taxes

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David S. Cercone

Date Filed

March 23, 2009

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