Legal Work Up For Grabs After High Court 'Amazon Tax' Snub

Law360, New York (December 3, 2013, 5:51 PM EST) -- When the Supreme Court decided this week to not hear arguments over New York’s “Amazon Tax” on Internet sales, it created more work for law firms and CPA practices to compete for — but such increased demand might only be temporary.

The justices offered no additional comments, but their denial of certiorari was a statement in and of itself: Now, each state must create and defend its own online sales tax laws until Congress does something about it. Until that happens, the court’s inaction forces online...
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