By Amy Lee Rosen (December 15, 2017, 10:39 AM EST) -- This year resulted in some major setbacks in court for the Internal Revenue Service and the U.S. Department of the Treasury, including rulings that set aside anti-inversion regulations for violating the administrative law and siding with a Greek company over the taxation of foreign partners.
Here, Law360 reflects on some of the major federal tax decisions of 2017.
Chamber of Commerce of the U.S. v. IRS
The government lost a court battle against the U.S. Chamber of Commerce when in September a Texas federal court set aside a temporary IRS rule providing for the tax treatment of foreign companies that acquire...
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