Taft partner Nathan Hagerman was quoted in the article “Indiana online sales tax can take effect after SCOTUS ruling,” which was published in the Indiana Lawyer on July 11. The article discusses the recent United States Supreme Court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, et. al. that removed physical presence as the bright line threshold for state and local imposition of sales tax collection obligations on online retailers. The ruling will likely allow similar sales tax legislation passed in 2017 to take effect in Indiana.
Hagerman practices in the area of multistate taxation and counsels business clients in all areas of state and local taxes, including controversies, administrative proceedings, audits, appeals, litigation and planning. He helps companies understand national, state and local, and international tax structures and align the tax function with business objectives.