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Earlier this year in South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc., the US Supreme Court held that states can require out-of-state retailers to collect sales taxes from in-state customers, even if the retailers have no physical presence in the state. In this 20-minute on-demand webinar, learn what this means for online businesses and other out-of-state retailers without a physical presence (aka remote sellers).
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Tamara Kling, Esq., CT Government Relations and Regional AttorneyTamara Kling has been a Government Relations and Regional Attorney with CT for over ten years. She works with state bar associations and government offices to implement changes in business entity laws.
She lectures on topics related to business entity operations and filings. She has lectured on such topics as Merger Filings, Business Entity Formation, Maintenance and Termination and the Limited Liability Company. Along with other CT attorneys, Ms. Kling is responsible for maintaining a national database of business entity filing requirements.
Ms. Kling is licensed to practice law in Illinois. She received her B.A. in Political Science from Loyola University of Chicago, and her J.D. from Chicago Kent College of Law. Prior to joining CT, she practiced trade association and corporate law with a law firm in Chicago.
Troy Ayala, Compliance Business ConsultantTroy Ayala is a Compliance Business Consultant for CT. His responsibilities include research, delivering onsite training, and assessing CT customer workflow management for all transactions, including entity management.
Troy has served in a variety of roles since joining CT in 1996. As a UCC Customer Specialist, Troy worked closely with many large law firms and corporations, specializing in due diligence and large UCC filing projects. Troy has also been a national training consultant for CT, providing in-person training to customers regarding CT’s transactional services and electronic solutions.
In addition to his tenure with CT, Troy has worked as a corporate compliance paralegal at a number of large law firms, including Kirkland & Ellis and Gallagher Evelius & Jones.
He holds a Paralegal Certificate, Associates Degree and BA in Criminal Justice from Long Island University: C.W. Post as well as a Masters in Education from Dowling College.
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