Rob Owen’s Recent Developments article, “‘The Amazon Tax’ Issue: Washing Away the Requirement of Physical Presence for Sales Tax Jurisdiction Over Internet Businesses” was recently cited by the Illinois Supreme Court in Performance Marketing Association, Inc. v. Hamer, 2013 IL 114496 (Westlaw).
Check out the most recent Timely Tech article, “Putting a Stop to New-Age Revenge: In the Age of Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat, Privacy Is Still Fundamental” by Michael Wester.
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Volume 2014 — Issue 1 (Spring)
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