Jay Carson talks with 55KRC’s Brian Thomas about Pandemic Lawsuits and City Taxes

Wednesday May 5, 2021 Published in Corporate and Business, Labor & Employment, Litigation
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Jay Carson recently spoke with 55KRC’s Brian Thomas regarding several lawsuits filed on behalf of Wegman client, The Buckeye Institute, including the Franklin County lawsuit filed in July 2020, now on appeal to the Tenth District Court of Appeals, challenging a cities’ ability to collect income taxes from remote workers.

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