Oracle, Microsoft May Seek Tax Refunds, Massachusetts Court Says

Bloomberg Tax
May 21, 2021

Richard Jones was quoted in the article, "Oracle, Microsoft May Seek Tax Refunds, Massachusetts Court Says," published by Bloomberg Tax [sub. req.].

The article discusses the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts' ruling that Oracle and Microsoft are eligible to seek a refund of a portion of the sales taxes they paid for their software to Massachusetts, in a closely watched case about multistate sales tax apportionment. 

"We’re delighted for our clients that the state’s highest court agreed with our position that Massachusetts taxpayers have a right to apportion sales tax on software that’s used in multiple states," said Rich, who represented Oracle and Microsoft, along with Caroline Kupiec. "This represents a major win for software vendors and particularly their Massachusetts-based customers."

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