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South Dakota v. Wayfair – Webinar Recording Available

Fuller Landau Team • July 09, 2018 On July 6, 2018, our US Tax Partner, Jeffrey Brown, hosted a live webinar to explore the nuances of the landmark South Dakota v. Wayfair decision and the potential impact on remote sellers. A full recording of the webinar is now available, for your reference.  The US Supreme Court issued a much-anticipated opinion in South Dakota v. Wayfair ... Read More

July 6th Webinar – South Dakota v. Wayfair

Fuller Landau Team • June 28, 2018 On June 21st, the US Supreme Court issued its much-anticipated opinion in South Dakota v. Wayfair, enabling states to impose sales tax on vendors without an in-state physical presence. The consequences for Canadian companies selling to customers south of the border will be significant.  ... Read More

The Wayfair Decision – and its Potential Impact on Canadian Businesses

Jeffrey Brown • June 26, 2018 Jeffrey BrownOn June 21, the US Supreme Court issued its much-anticipated opinion in South Dakota v. Wayfair, overturning its 1992 decision, Quill v. North Dakota, which required an out-of-state vendor to have an in-state physical presence in order for a state to impose sales tax compliance burdens. Wayfair is a very significant decision that will affect m ... Read More

3 Reasons Why Business Owners Overestimate the Value of Their Business

Bruce Roher • June 25, 2018 Bruce RoherIf you are planning to sell your business to a third party, an accurate valuation is essential to properly price the business and provide a benchmark for evaluating competing bids. ... Read More

Introduction to Our Team: Adam Gomes (Manager)

Fuller Landau Team • June 20, 2018 Hi I’m Adam Gomes, and I am a Manager at Fuller Landau. I’ve always worked for firms with a focus on owner-managed businesses. Prior to coming to Fuller, I was working for a national firm in their Mississauga office, and a couple of smaller firms before that. Q: What is different about Fuller Landau? AG: ... Read More