Headlines Tagged with ScotusSuit — 315 headlines found
Winkler’s book “We the Corporations: How American Businesses Won Their Civil Rights”... On the Supreme Court, Powell turned his memorandum into law, writing ... that corporations had the First Amendment right to spend their money on politics three decades
May 15, 2018 SCOTUSBlog
added Nov 30, 2018 15:44
In a Nov. 19 petition for certiorari, two tobacco companies assert that the 11th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals erred in upholding the Florida Supreme Court’s mandate that...
Nov 30, 2018 Lexis Nexis
added Nov 30, 2018 15:33
Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear a tribal member’s challenge to New York state’s imposition of a tax on cigarette sales within Native American reservations, leaving undisturbed a...
Oct 29, 2018 Law360
added Oct 30, 2018 17:13
New York can continue to seek taxes from tribal retailers on cigarettes sold to non-Indians after the U.S. Supreme Court on Oct. 29 denied a petition for a...
Oct 29, 2018 Lexis Nexis
added Oct 29, 2018 15:42
Supreme Court is set to take on several cases with major implications for tribes that are attracting heavy friend-of-the-court participation, including a tax battle between the state of Washington...
Sep 28, 2018 Law360
added Oct 1, 2018 03:41
U.S. Supreme Court intervention is needed to correct a New York appeals court’s decision allowing the state to collect taxes on cigarettes sold on an Indian reservation to nontribal members because the ruling goes against state law and an 1842 treaty, a
Sep 13, 2018 Lexis Nexis
added Sep 14, 2018 03:23
Supreme Court on Aug. 20 set an Oct. 30 argument date for a dispute over whether an 1855 Indian treaty protects a tribe in Washington state from paying state taxes on gasoline it hauls to a reservation, which the United States as amicus curiae answered in
Aug 21, 2018 Lexis Nexis
added Aug 22, 2018 20:19
In a controversial case involving the Food and Drug Administration’s attempt to regulate tobacco products during the Clinton administration, the Supreme Court suggested that in “extraordinary cases” involving issues of great “economic and political magnit
Jul 25, 2018 The American Prospect
added Aug 7, 2018 17:46
United States Supreme Court Decides South Dakota V. Wayfair, Overrules Decades Of Precedent For Taxation Of Remote Sales And Imposes New Responsibilities For Internet And Other Remote Sellers Of Tobacco Products
means that remote sellers could be required to collect and remit taxes for sales, even if they do not have a physical presence in the consumer’s state. Although the decision in Wayfair dealt only with sales taxes, it seems that the Court’s rationale could
Jul 30, 2018 Tobacco Law blog— Troutman Sanders LLP
added Jul 31, 2018 21:53
shines a spotlight on his distaste for so-called Chevron deference, which requires courts to accept reasonable agency interpretations of ambiguous federal laws. The issue is particularly salient in the context of FDA policy decisions, which often involve
Jul 10, 2018 Law360
added Jul 11, 2018 19:00