The tax community is closely watching Moore v. United States, the Supreme Court case that has drawn national attention because it could upend large parts of the tax code. Businesses, nonprofits, and tax experts have filed numerous amicus briefs. What could the case mean for the 16th Amendment and the government’s ability to collect taxes? How likely is the Court to rule for the Moores? And if it does, how large are the possible implications for current code provisions and future tax proposals?
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Tuesday, December 12, 2023
In case you missed it, On September 6, 2023, Mark Berg, the Chair of Klehr Harrison’s Tax Practice Group, filed an amicus curiae brief in Moore v. United States. Berg was represented before the Court by Bill Harvey of Klehr Harrison’s Litigation Department. Berg has also been quoted in recent articles on the case from Politico and Tax Notes.