New York and Washington Partner John Barrie will present Nov. 6 at the Federal Bar Association’s CLE event program, “New Tax Obligations for Businesses: Economic Nexus Standards and Their Impact on State Taxation.” The program will be live video broadcast, as well as offered on the Federal Bar Association’s online catalog.
Barrie will provide an overview of the basic rules for a state to impose its taxing jurisdiction on out-of-state vendors and service providers, the impact of South Dakota v. Wayfair and its implications for tax reporting and tax collection obligations, how to recognize and handle nexus tax exposure and investigations by the states, and the impact of South Dakota v. Wayfair on international transactions.
Barrie’s practice at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner focuses solely in the areas of federal and state tax controversy and transactional matters. He regularly represents individuals and business entities in federal and state tax controversy matters, including before IRS Appeals Offices, the United States Tax Court, United States Court of Federal Claims, United States District Courts and in various state courts in state tax matters. Tax litigation and tax controversy matters have included valuation issues (valuation of art work, easements, closely held businesses), excise tax issues, summons enforcement, offshore voluntary disclosure, transfer pricing, as well as various technical code section interpretation and documentation issues.