Jones Day State & Local Tax Limiting & Challenging Nexus With Texas

Kirk Lyda and Justin Hepworth
Texas is one of the most aggressive nexus jurisdictions in the United States. Jones Day has helped many out-of-state companies successfully avoid having nexus with Texas and challenge nexus assertions by the Texas Comptroller. On Thursday, April 19, 2012, the Jones Day State and Local Tax Practice will present a live, 60-minute webcast, beginning at 1:00 p.m. EDT, that will review the significant issues in this area. After completing this course you will be able to:

• List the main ways in which the Comptroller targets companies for nexus
• Apply audit strategies to defend nexus inquiries
• Explain the somewhat unique Texas law on what constitutes nexus
• Apply steps to improve the likelihood of winning nexus controversies with Texas

There will be an opportunity to submit questions during the live webcast. There are no prerequisites nor advanced preparation required to attend, but a background in state tax would be useful. This group internet-based webinar will be presented at an Intermediate Level. For additional information, or to address any concerns, please contact Dorinda Graves by telephone at (214) 969-3762 or by email at dkgraves@jonesday.com.

There is no cost to attend this program and no penalty for cancellations. The live version of this webcast has been approved for 1 hour of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit in California, Illinois, New York and Texas. Assistance with individual applications in other jurisdictions available upon request. Jones Day is an approved NASBA sponsor for up to 1 hour of CPE credit for this event.
Apr 19 2012
62 mins
Jones Day State & Local Tax Limiting & Challenging Nexus With Texas
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