High Court To Gauge Limits On State Tax Agency Immunity

By Eric Kroh (December 4, 2015, 6:06 PM EST) -- The Supreme Court on Monday will consider whether it should overturn its 36-year-old precedent in Nevada v. Hall that states are not immune from being sued in one another's courts, in a case between a Nevada inventor and California tax collectors with potentially wide-reaching state sovereignty implications....

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