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McCausland Keen + Buckman Donates School Supplies to Local Non-Profit

McCausland Keen + Buckman was proud to partner with The Garage Youth and Community Center to sponsor a Back to School drive supporting local students in need. Lawyers and staff provided school supplies and made donations to support 500 students with items needed for a successful academic year.

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Chris Wright to Present at AUTM Regional Meetings

Chris Wright will represent McCAUSLAND Keen + Buckman at the Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM) upcoming Regional Meetings.

South Dakota v Wayfair, Where Are We Now?

On June 21, 2018, the Supreme Court ruled that a state may require remote sellers to collect sales tax, overturning the bright line physical presence test. Any seller with a substantial virtual or economic presence can now be obligated to collect sales tax without violating the Constitution. This is a major win for states, as it will allow for an $8 to $33 billion increase in aggregate revenue for use for public duties. However, in the months since the South Dakota v Wayfair ruling, business owners have been left with considerable uncertainty about what the new economic presence test means for them.