Tag Archives: Mississippi

JW SALT Partners Backstrom and Fletcher Quoted in Recent Articles

Bill Backstrom was recently quoted in a Law360 article entitled State Tax Cases to Watch in 2015.  In the article, Bill, a partner in Jones Walker’s New Orleans office and the Tax & Estates practice group leader, discusses the need for clarity in tax reporting positions following the decision in Vodafone Americas Holdings Inc. v. Farr, which is currently … Continue Reading

It Slices, It Dices: the Equifax Blade Cuts Both Ways.

The Hinds County Chancery Court recently ruled that the Mississippi Supreme Court’s widely-discussed decision in Equifax, Inc. v. Mississippi Department of Revenue is a double-edged blade and, much to the Department of Revenue’s chagrin, cuts sharply in both directions.  Miss. Dept. of Rev. v. Hotel and Restaurant Supply, Civil Action No. G2013-820 S/2, Hinds County Chancery … Continue Reading

Mississippi Supreme Court Invalidates Restrictive Regulation on Pollution Control Equipment Sales Tax Exemption

Mississippi taxpayers are seeing green! On August 7, 2014, the Mississippi Supreme Court invalidated a sales and use tax regulation in Mississippi Department of Revenue v. Mississippi Power Company, No. 2013-CA-01234-SCT (Miss. Aug. 7, 2014). In that case, the Mississippi Department of Revenue (the “MDOR”) attempted to impose more restrictive requirements in the regulation,  Miss. Reg. 35.IV.7.03(302), than the terms … Continue Reading
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