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|GA||Active Member in Good Standing||2002||08/22/2015|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|State Bar of Georgia||Member||N/A|
|Unknown||Gunter on Guenther: Tennessee DOR Attempts To Hold Independent Accountant Liable For Unremitted Sales Taxes||2007|
|Unknown||Massachusetts Taxes Out-of-State Corporate Partner on In-State Partnership Distribution, World Trade Executive' s||2007|
|Unknown||Massachusetts Appellate Tax Board Rules Income Distributed To Out-Of-State Corporate Partner Subject To Tax,||2007|
|Unknown||Tennessee Holds Out-Of-State Seller Liable for Uncollected Use Taxes,||2006|
|Unknown||Buyer Beware: New Jersey Tax Court Strictly Enforces State’s Bulk Sale Notice Requirements,||2006|
|Unknown||Will Georgia Continue Sales Tax Exemption for Religious Papers?||2006|
|State Tax Return Newsletter||Georgia "Clarifies" Imposition Of The Corporate Income Tax,||2006|
|Unknown||California Franchise Tax Board Defines Personal Services For Purposes of Apportionment,||2005|
|Unknown||California Appellate Court Holds That The Franchise Tax Board May Exclude Returned Principal From Taxpayers’ Gross Receipts,||2005|
|Gross Receipts||California Appellate Court Holds That The Franchise Tax Board May Exclude Returned Principal From Taxpayers'||2005|
|Unknown||Alabama Circuit Court Rules that the State May Tax the Alabama-Source Income of Nonresident Limited Partners in Alabama Partnerships,||2005|
|The Alabama-Source Income Of Nonresident Limited Partners In Alabama Partnerships||Alabama Circuit Court Rules That The State May Tax||2005|
|Unknown||Tennessee Supreme Court Holds Catalysts Fall Within The Scope Of The Industrial Machinery Exemption,||2005|
|Unknown||Trademark Holding Companies are Subject to North Carolina Franchise and Income Taxes,||2005|
|Unknown||Trademark Holding Companies Are Subject To North Carolina Franchise And Income Taxes,||2005|
|Unknown||Tennessee Supreme Court Holds Catalysts Fall Within the Scope of the Industrial Machinery Exemption,||2005|
|Unknown||One Statute, Two Interpretations of Legislative Intent: The Georgia Courts Address the Research Tax Credit,||2004|
|Unknown||Corporations That Licensed Intellectual Property to Restaurants Deemed Subject to North Carolina Income and Franchise Tax,||2004|
|Unknown||Taxpayer Fails to Catalyze the Tennessee Court of Appeals to Expand the Industrial Machinery Exemption,||2004|
|University of Georgia School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2001|
|University of Georgia, Athens||Education||BS - Bachelor of Science||1995|
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