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Hogan Lovells secures important victory for Maryland resident taxpayers with out-of-state income from pass-through entities

29 January 2013

U.S. Supreme Court and Appellate Alert

In an important ruling for taxpayers with out-of-state income, the Maryland high court held Monday that Maryland’s refusal to fully credit income taxes paid to other states violates the U.S. Constitution’s dormant Commerce Clause. Hogan Lovells partner Christopher Handman represented the successful taxpayers in Maryland State Comptroller of the Treasury v. Wynne, with assistance from associates Dominic Perella and Sean Marotta.

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