Big Blue Gets a Big Win in the Michigan Supreme Court

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Taxpayers choosing the three-factor election of the Multistate Tax Compact have been forced to sue states that prefer their own laws. Appeals courts are settling questions about whether recently enacted state apportionment laws supersede the Multistate Tax Compact. Patrick R. Van Tiflin and Daniel L. Stanley, partners at Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP, are representing Anheuser-Busch in the Michigan Court of Claims and the Michigan Court of Appeals. Here they provide insight into their own case and others involving the Multistate Tax Compact.