An Unconstitutional Local Tax Grab

Monday April 12, 2021 Published in Corporate and Business, Labor & Employment, Litigation
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Wegman attorney Jay Carson was recently published in National Review Online, a leading conservative magazine and website covering news, politics, and current events.  As part of his work for Wegman client, the Buckeye Institute, Jay co-authored a piece regarding the constitutionality of an Ohio law that has allowed municipalities to continue to tax nonresident remote workers as if they were actually working within city limits. 

Jay and the Wegman team are currently litigating four cases related to this type of unconstitutional taxation, and were recently successful in obtaining a full refund for a client for taxes that were improperly collected by the City of Columbus.

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