The complaint filed by Washington-based NetChoice and the American Catalog Mailers Association (ACMA) asks an Indiana trial court to strike down the state’s recently passed gross retail tax that applies to sellers without a physical presence in the state ( Am. Catalog Mailers Ass’n. v. Krupp , Ind. Super. Ct., No. 49D01-1706-PL-025964, complaint filed 6/30/17 ).
“We are confident that the court would grant an injunction barring enforcement of the Indiana law, just as a South Dakota court did in March by invalidating a nearly identical law there,” Steve DelBianco, executive director of NetChoice, told Bloomberg BNA by email. NetChoice, along with the ACMA, has also sued South Dakota and Tennessee over their remote sales tax regimes. They withdrew litigation in Massachusetts after the state revoked a directive ordering digital retailers to begin collecting state sales tax.
Posted 07/10/2017 | Media Hits