NY Tax 'Plainly Invalid,' Designer Edelman Tells Supreme Court

Law360 (September 11, 2019, 7:40 PM EDT) -- New York’s taxation of intangible income of dual residents without an offsetting credit “is plainly invalid” under U.S. Supreme Court precedent and should be reviewed by the justices, two couples, including designer Sam Edelman, told the court Wednesday.

In a reply brief contesting an Aug. 23 brief from New York’s tax department, the couples again asked the justices to hear their case, saying New York’s treatment of personal income tax from intangibles for dual-state residents cannot be allowed in light of the court’s 2015 decision in Comptroller of Treasury of Maryland v. Wynne. In Wynne, the justices found a Maryland tax...

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