Rimon’s David Fruchtman Featured in International Tax Review’s Article on the S. Dakota v Wayfair Case currently in the U.S. Supreme Court
Insight David A. Fruchtman · June 15, 2018
In the International Tax Review's article on the S. Dakota v Wayfair, Rimon Tax Partner David Fruchtman's input is featured on this U.S. Supreme Court upcoming decision with state and national implications on sales tax.
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David A. Fruchtman, JD, Chair of Rimon’s State and Local (Subnational) Taxation PracticeDavid A. Fruchtman, Counsel at Rimon, is a graduate of Harvard Law School. He filed a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in the Wayfair case mentioned above. David’s clients include market-leading heavy equipment manufacturers, marketing companies, travel lodging providers and vehicle rental companies, as well as mid-sized retailers and financial services companies. David has assisted clients on issues in all 50 states, on matters involving income taxes, franchise taxes, sales and use taxes, real property transfer taxes and a variety of other state and local taxes. His practice is equally divided between tax planning and tax controversy work. His planning work includes tax-efficient structuring of businesses and transactions, and frequently requires working with tax authorities to obtain favorable letter rulings. He enjoys advising foreign companies that are expanding into the United States, and in 2010 assisted an American affiliate of an Israeli company in one of Wall Street’s most successful IPOs of the year.