By Amy Lee Rosen (January 1, 2019, 12:03 PM EST) -- On the docket in 2019 are several federal tax cases worthy of practitioners' attention, including disputes over domestic manufacturing deductions, the statute of limitations on fraud and the clergy housing tax exemption.
Here, Law360 explores five cases worth watching in the new year.
AT&T Advertising LP v. U.S.
The tension between taxpayers and the Internal Revenue Service over Internal Revenue Code Section 199, also known as the domestic manufacturing deduction, manifested itself in AT&T Advertising LP v. U.S., a case in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims that challenges the reasoning of a U.S. Tax Court decision that found in favor of...
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