Tax Cases To Watch In The 2nd Half Of 2015

By Eric Kroh (July 13, 2015, 3:58 PM EDT) -- The second half of 2015 promises to be an exciting one for tax litigation, as attorneys follow two large transfer pricing cases, a U.S. Supreme Court battle over state immunity and an industrial manufacturer's fight over repatriated funds. Here, Law360 examines the most important tax cases yet to be decided this year.

U.S. v. Microsoft Corp.

Microsoft has been embroiled in a yearslong audit by the IRS over the company's transfer pricing practices, but the dispute heated up in December when the agency sued to enforce summonses against several high-level Microsoft execs, including former CEO Steve Ballmer. That led to the...

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