BakerHosts Podcasts

The Emerging New Era for Noncompetes and Trade Secrets: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow The Emerging New Era for Noncompetes and Trade Secrets
Joyce Ackerbaum Cox and John Siegal Discuss the Emerging New Era of Noncompetes.
State Taxation of Software Part 3 – Software-Related Services The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker discusses how states tax services associated with software.
One Simple Trick for Cutting Your State Taxes in Half The State Tax Show
A Texas franchise tax case may enable some taxpayers to qualify for a 50% rate reduction.
Statues, Texas Apportionment (Sirius XM), and Maryland Digital Ad Tax Regs The State Tax Show
Texas' latest sourcing case and Maryland's proposed digital advertising tax regulations.
State Taxation of Software Part 2 - Custom v. Canned Software The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker discusses how states tax custom and canned software differently.
Everything About State Taxation of Software - Part 1 The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker begins a multipart series exploring state taxation of software.
More Musings on Digital Advertising Taxes The State Tax Show
An update on state digital advertising and data taxes.
Sales Tax is Tricky - The Manufacturing Exemption The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker discusses complexities of the sales tax manufacturing exemption.
Bears & California's SALT Cap Workaround The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker discusses California's SALT cap workaround.
Everything You Need to Know About NFTs in 10 Minutes or Less BakerHosts
Hear everything you need to know about NFTs, all in 10 minutes or less.
A Sales Tax Win for SaaS The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker discusses sales taxes on SaaS product offerings.
32nd Annual Legislative Seminar Series: Senator Cory Booker, D-N.J. 32nd Annual Legislative Seminar Series
Hear from Senator Cory Booker, D-N.J. in the last session of the 32nd Annual Legislative Seminar Series.
Data Processing, PL 86-272, and the MTC Partnership Tax Project The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker discusses tax news from Texas, New Jersey, and the Multistate Tax Commission.
Blacklisted! (A Questionable Scheme for State Taxation of Multinationals) The State Tax Show
Nashville music and Colorado's use of blacklists to tax multinationals.
Is Your Company Due a Massachusetts Sales Tax Refund for Software? The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker explains a recent case allowing sales tax refunds in Massachusetts.
NJ Nexus Initiative & Seattle Payroll Tax Update The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker addresses New Jersey's nexus initiative and challenges to Seattle's payroll tax.
32nd Annual Legislative Seminar Series: Senator Bill Cassidy, R-La. 32nd Annual Legislative Seminar Series
Hear from Senator Bill Cassidy, R-La. in the second session of the 32nd Annual Legislative Seminar.
Dodging the California Foreign Tax Bullet - AB 71 The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker explores California's latest attempt to tax foreign income.
32nd Annual Legislative Seminar Series: Majority Whip James Clyburn, D-S.C. 32nd Annual Legislative Seminar Series
Hear from Majority Whip James Clyburn, D-S.C. in the first session of the 32nd Annual Legislative Seminar.
A Step Backwards on Alternative Apportionment - Guest Mike Semes The State Tax Show
Mike Semes joins the show to discuss alternative apportionment for state income tax.
Did Texas Make It Easier to Get Tax Cases into Court? The State Tax Show
Texas legislation may make it quicker and easier for taxpayers to get to court.
What Every Delaware Entity Needs to Know About Unclaimed Property Legislation The State Tax Show
How pending unclaimed property legislation affects Delaware entities.
The Future of Consumer Redress After Supremes Rule in AMG Capital Management v FTC AD-ttorneys@law
Randy Shaheen discusses a recent highly anticipated Supreme Court decision regarding consumer redress.
The Final Three Fall - Economic Presence & Marketplace Facilitator Tax Law Update The State Tax Show
The final three states with a sales tax have adopted economic presence and marketplace facilitator rules.
Washington's New Capital Gains Tax: A Stepping Stone to an Income Tax? The State Tax Show
Could Washington's new capital gains tax ultimately lead to a progressive state income tax?
Vigorous Enforcement Ahead: Understanding and Preparing for the NLRB's Expanded View of Protected Concerted Activity BakerHosts
Jeremy Hart discusses how the NLRB's current leadership view protected concerted activity as compared to their predecessors.
MTC Uniformity Projects: Partnerships & Digital Products The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker explains recent MTC uniformity project proposals for partnerships and digital products.
What is Unclaimed Property/Escheat? The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker explains the basics of unclaimed property and escheat.
The CARES Act Provider Relief Fund: A Moving Target BakerHosts
Hear insights on the CARES Act Provider Relief Fund from Jessica Captain Novick.
Agency Deference in State Tax Cases (and UNO rules) The State Tax Show
Some states have begun curtailing administrative deference to state tax agencies.
Sports Betting - States Getting a Piece of the Tax Action The State Tax Show
A shot overview state taxation of sport wagering since Murphy v. NCAA.
AD-ttorneys@law: Marketing a Subscription-Based Service? Beware AD-ttorneys@law
Is your brand offering a subscription-service? Linda Goldstein explains how to mitigate your legal risk.
State Transfer Pricing Update: SITAS is Alive, APAs, and Tax Amnesty The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker provides an update on various state tax transfer pricing developments.
The Latest in the World of Property Tax The State Tax Show
Dave Ebersole joins the studio to give a property tax update.
EEO-1 Reporting and Implications Under the Biden Administration: Is Your Data in Order? BakerHosts
Hear what employers should consider when handling EEO-1 Reporting during the Biden Administration.
Federalism Showdown: Does ARPA Prohibit State Tax Cuts? The State Tax Show
Hear a discussion on how ARPA's prohibition on state tax cuts may encroach on federalism.
NLRB Decisions on the Chopping Block: Expected Changes from the Board that May Affect Employers BakerHosts
Hear the top five NLRB decisions on the chopping block that are expected with the Biden Administration.
New Taxes on Consumer Data Collectors The State Tax Show
Hear an overview of New York's proposed novel excise tax on consumer data collectors
The PRO Act: Why You Should Know What It Is and Why It Will Reshape the American Workplace BakerHosts
Peter Fischer and Christian White discuss the Protecting the Right to Organize Act.
What Does a Broken Tooth Have to Do with Nexus Studies? The State Tax Show
Periodic nexus studies are key to effective state tax compliance.
When State Tax Agencies Speak from Both Sides of the Mouth The State Tax Show
Hear details of a Wisconsin tax case preventing the state from disregarding its published guidance.
Let it Flow: Breaking Down Information Blocking BakerHosts
Vimala Devassy and Kyle Gregory break down information blocking
California Tax Increases? The Lowdown on AB 71 The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker breaks down the tax increases in California's AB 71 proposal.
Open Source is Everywhere: A Primer for Compliance BakerHosts
Timothy Casey provides an overview of open source and the issues and opportunities it presents.
Breaking: Maryland Overrides Veto of Digital Advertising Tax The State Tax Show
Maryland just enacted its controversial digital advertising tax. Find out what this means.
When Fixing One Problem Creates Another: How Patent Infringement Arises Out of Product Repairs BakerHosts
Aaron Rabinowitz discusses how patent infringement arises out of product repairs.
Tech & Tax: Roundup on State Taxation of Technology The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker breaks down the latest developments in state taxation of technology.
BakerHostetler Blockchain University: Beyond Cryptocurrency – Non-Financial Use Cases for Blockchain BakerHostetler Blockchain University
Hear an overview of how Blockchain is being used today in non-financial applications.
Deep in the Heart of Updated Texas Franchise Tax Sourcing Rules The State Tax Show
Texas has revised its franchise tax apportionment rules in a big way – Matt Hunsaker explains
The Digital Health Ecosystem BakerHosts
Janine Anthony Bowen discusses the digital health ecosystem and how the industry is rapidly adopting.
How Will States Tax Forgiven PPP Loans? The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker discusses state tax treatment of forgiven PPP loans under the CARES Act.
AD-ttorneys@law: False Advertising or Just Puffing? AD-ttorneys@law
Hear from Randy Shaheen for pointers on avoiding puffery's promotional pitfalls and potential problems.
Who Says You Can't Get Into Federal Court? A Primer on the Tax Injunction Act The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker discusses the Tax Injunction Act and how to get a state tax case into federal court.
Falling Dominoes: Economic Presence Nexus Update (Sales & Income) The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker provides an update on state tax economic nexus trends and legislation.
Self-Funded Employer Health Plans are Changing: What to Watch BakerHosts
Learn about the options that employers have regarding self-funded employer sponsored health plans.
The Neverending Story: California FTB Regulation Projects The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker explains the status of two important California tax regulation projects.
New Hampshire v. Massachusetts - Are There Broader State Tax Implications? The State Tax Show
How New Hampshire's suit could affect states attempts to tax extraterritorial income
COVID-19 Vaccine: Simplifying the Complex Life Cycle of the Vaccine BakerHosts
Learn about the complex life cycle of the COVID-19 vaccine.
What Employers Need to Know About Vaccine Administration BakerHosts
Hear considerations around vaccine administration for employers from the perspectives of employment law.
Taxing Santa - A Satirical Summary of 2020 State Tax Issues The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker explains how the latest trends in state taxation might apply to Santa Claus.
AD-ttorneys@law: Consumer Reviews: Paid? Fake? Negative? AD-ttorneys@law
Amy Ralph Mudge discusses the legal dos and don'ts regarding customer reviews.
Women in State Tax: Beth Sosidka and Angela Miele The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker interviews two excellent in-house tax policy experts: Beth Sosidka and Angela Miele
Assessing Risks in a Deal, How to Partner with Your Business Team BakerHosts
Hear about key issues in addressing brands in deal making and new business initiatives.
Tax & False Claims Acts - Will DC Authorize Bounty Hunters? The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker explores what DC's False Claim Act tax expansion means for companies.
Fast Track or Slow Stroll? Find the Right Pace For Your Patent Prosecution Matters BakerHosts
Aaron Rabinowitz discusses when to speed up or slow down patent prosecution.
What Happened at the Multistate Tax Commission Annual Committee Meetings? The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker breaks down highlights from the MTC's 2020 annual committee meetings.
The Other Elections: State & Local Tax Ballot Results The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker breaks down state and local tax ballot measures across the nation
BakerHostetler Blockchain University: What You Need to Know About the Most Common Blockchain Networks BakerHostetler Blockchain University
Learn the differences the differences and similarities between key blockchain networks.
Did the IRS Bless the Passthrough Entity Workaround to the $10K SALT Cap? The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker discusses IRS Notice 2020-75 and how it affects the TCJA $10,000 SALT Cap.
AD-ttorneys@law: CBD Marketing: A Path Through the Legal Fog AD-ttorneys@law
Randy Shaheen and Jack Ferry explain the legal issues surrounding CBD.
Women in State Tax: Nancy Prosser and Jenny Burleson The State Tax Show
An interview for those interested in the government service perspective
I'll Take Civ Pro for $400 - Jeopardy Productions & Due Process The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker discusses Jeopardy Productions and how Constitutional Due Process can save taxpayers.
Digital Advertising Taxes - Will Maryland Strike Back? The State Tax Show
Will Maryland's Legislature override the veto of its troubled digital advertising tax?
2020 Supreme Court Update BakerHosts
Hear about upcoming Supreme Court cases and trends, and the most important matters to note for the this term.
How to Protect and Clear Your Medical Device During Development BakerHosts
Learn about specific patent protection and clearance strategies for each stage of development.
Streaming Services - A Square Peg in a Round Tax Hole The State Tax Show
Stream this podcast episode to learn about taxation of streaming.
BakerHostetler Blockchain University: Bitcoin – Understanding the Phenomenon BakerHostetler Blockchain University
Joanna Wasick joins Rob Musiala for a discussion on bitcoin, one of the world's most widely used cryptocurrencies.
Patenting All Things Cannabis: A Primer BakerHosts
Learn about federal intellectual property laws regarding cannabis have evolved in recent years.
Did the NBA Bubble Save Taxes? + CA Disclosure Bill Veto The State Tax Show
Did the NBA bubble save players taxes + follow up on CA tax disclosure bill
Promoting the Progress of Science: Written Description and Enablement Promoting the Progress of Science
Hear a discussion on the importance of the enablement and written description requirements.
Does Copyright Literally Protect Source Code Figuratively? BakerHosts
Learn how copyright can protect your software "Beyond Source Code" more.
Bad Debts - A State Income & Sales Tax Perspective The State Tax Show
Learn how bad debts are handled for state income and sales taxes.
BakerHostetler Blockchain University: What is Blockchain and Why Should I Care? BakerHostetler Blockchain University
Our first episode of BakerHostetler Blockchain University provides an introduction to blockchain.
Capital Markets: The Nuts and Bolts of a Direct Listing BakerHosts
Michael Lawhead discusses the nuts and bolts of direct listings.
Women in State Tax: Kate Pascuzzi and Karen DiNuzzo-Wright The State Tax Show
Kate Pascuzzi and Karen DiNuzzo-Wright share their experiences as women in the state tax field.
Navigating Expense Reimbursement Amidst the New Work-From-Home Normal BakerHosts
Learn about employer obligations regarding expense reimbursement amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
State Tax in Transactions: Post Closing Issues (Part IV) The State Tax Show
It's not over until it's over: Attending to post-closing SALT issues
Promoting the Progress of Science: Avoiding Inherent Obviousness Promoting the Progress of Science
Stephanie Lodise discusses the concept of "inherent obviousness" and strategies for avoiding it.
State Tax in Transactions: Apportionment & Combination Implications (Part III) The State Tax Show
Learn how M&A transactions may trigger apportionment and unitary combination issues.
State Tax in Transactions - Expanding Nexus Footprint (Part II) The State Tax Show
Learn how M&A transactions can affect your nexus footprint...for better or worse
Litigating in a Pandemic: Tips on Dealing with the New Abnormal BakerHosts
Join John Siegal for a discussion on the adjustments courts and litigators are making during the pandemic.
State Tax in Transactions: Perspectives of M&A Lawyers (Part I) The State Tax Show
Erica Svoboda & Ryan Gorsche join the show to talk SALT in M&A transactions.
CA Privacy Law Reboot – CCPA 2.0 BakerHosts
Hear a discussion on the California Privacy Rights Act, which will be on the ballot this November.
Leaving on a Jet Plane: How to Change Tax Residency The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker and Betsy Smith discuss best practices for changing state tax residency.
Promoting the Progress of Science: Avoiding Inherent Anticipation Promoting the Progress of Science
What should companies think about when drafting clinical stage invention patent applications?
BEPS 2.0 - International Tax Reform Primer for SALT Experts The State Tax Show
Brian Davis joins Matt Hunsaker to discuss international tax reform and SALT parallels.
How Administrative Law Became the Hottest Topic in Patent Disputes at the Federal Circuit BakerHosts
John Murphy explains how administrative law has become a "hot topic" in patent law.
Tax Crimes - A White Collar Perspective The State Tax Show
Hear from Matt Hunsaker, Shawn Cleveland and Robb Adkins on how to defend a criminal tax investigation.
Blurred Lines: Focusing on Antitrust and Privacy BakerHosts
Hear how the lines between antitrust, privacy objectives and enforcement are becoming increasingly blurred.
Life Sciences: Connected Medical Devices in the Cloud During COVID-19 BakerHosts
Hear how medical device companies are looking to add or expand remote monitoring capabilities.
Social Justice Movements & Employee Dress Codes BakerHosts
Eric Barnum and Todd Lebowitz discuss social justice movements and employee dress codes.
Promoting the Progress of Science: How Clinical Stage Patent Strategies Can Bring New Pharmaceuticals to Market Promoting the Progress of Science
Can you patent clinical trial results? Yes. Stephanie Lodise discusses why (and when) you should.
Changes to Business Immigration During COVID-19: What Employers Need to Know BakerHosts
Just how much impact is the global pandemic having on foreign national workers?
Tying Up Loose Ends - Updates on Past Episodes The State Tax Show
Tying up lose ends on past SALT episodes.
Tax Drama in Pennsylvania - A House Divided The State Tax Show
What happens when state tax officials disagree (Synthes)?
A Case Study in Local Tax: Seattle's Payroll Tax The State Tax Show
Does Seattle's payroll tax proposal foreshadow future local taxes?
Marketplace Facilitator - Sales Tax Uniformity Projects The State Tax Show
An update on marketplace facilitator sales tax regimes and related uniformity projects.
Will California Publish Your Company's Tax Information? The State Tax Show
With the California senate passing Bill 972, will your company's tax information be subject to public scrutiny?
The Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act The State Tax Show
Check your Internet access bills for July - some of you might no longer be paying sales tax.
100th Episode! - Answering Your SALT Questions from the Mailbag The State Tax Show
To celebrate his 100th state tax podcast episode, Matt Hunsaker answers listener questions.
Oregon CAT Rules & Portland Local Taxes The State Tax Show
Hear a break down the latest administrative rule proposals for the Oregon Commercial Activity Tax.
Important SALT Principles from 2 Washington B&O Tax Cases The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker breaks down a two Washington Business & Occupation tax cases.
California Rundown on State & Local Taxes The State Tax Show
Hear about the latest state and local tax developments in California.
How Will COVID-19 Affect State Budgets & Taxes? The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker discusses how COVID-19 is affecting state budgets and taxes.
Taxing Digital Advertising: A Roundtable Discussion The State Tax Show
Hear a roundtable discussion on policy issues on taxing digital advertising services.
Texas Apportionment Cases: Lockheed and SiriusXM The State Tax Show
Hear a breaks down of two recent Texas cases addressing franchise tax apportionment.
Multistate Tax Commission Uniformity Projects: Finnigan & PL 86-272 The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker provides an update on MTC personnel and two important uniformity projects.
State Tax COVID-19 and CARES Act Issues The State Tax Show
Hear a breakdown of the state tax issues caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Texas Supreme Court COGS Trifecta The State Tax Show
Matt Hunsaker breakdowns the Texas Supreme Court's COGS trifecta.
Why the New State Tax Podcast? The State Tax Show
Welcome to The State Tax Show!