Justin B. Stone: Lawyer with Jones Walker LLP

Justin B. Stone

Justin Stone is an associate in the firm's Tax & Estates Practice Group and practices in the firm's New Orleans office. Mr. Stone's practice focuses on state and local tax.
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New Orleans,  LA  U.S.A.
http://www.joneswalker.com
Phone504.582.8293

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  • Tax & Estates
     
    Contact InfoTelephone: 504.582.8293
    Fax: 504.589.8293
    http://www.joneswalker.com
     
    University Clemson University, B.A., Economics/Political Science, cum laude, 2008
     
    Law SchoolWake Forest University School of Law, J.D., Senior Editor/Symposium Respondent, Wake Forest Journal of Law/Policy, 2012; Georgetown University Law Center, LL.M. in Taxation, with distinction, Dean's List, LL.M. Editor, The Tax Lawyer: The State/Local Tax Lawyer, 2012
     
    Admitted2011, Washington; 2012, Louisiana
     
    ISLN921879328
     

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    2014 Louisiana Tax Amnesty Adds $142 Million to the State’s Pot
    Justin B. Stone, March 2, 2015
    The Louisiana Tax Amnesty program for 2014 wrapped up on Friday, November 14, 2014. The goal for this year’s amnesty program was $100 million, but the Department is now projecting $169 million in amnesty collections. Of that, $142 million will go into the “Amnesty Fund” for the...

    It Slices, It Dices: the Equifax Blade Cuts Both Ways.
    John Fletcher,Justin B. Stone, March 2, 2015
    The Hinds County Chancery Court recently ruled that the Mississippi Supreme Court’s widely-discussed decision in Equifax, Inc. v. Mississippi Department of Revenue is a double-edged blade and, much to the Department of Revenue’s chagrin, cuts sharply in both directions. Miss. Dept. of...

    Mississippi Taxpayers Seeing Green! Mississippi Supreme Court Invalidates Restrictive Regulation on Pollution Control Equipment Sales Tax Exemption
    John F. Fletcher,Justin B. Stone, August 12, 2014
    Yesterday, August 7, 2014, the Mississippi Supreme Court invalidated a sales and use tax regulation where the Mississippi Department of Revenue (the "MDOR") attempted to impose more restrictive requirements than the terms of the underlying statute on the exemption for pollution control...

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    Justin B. Stone

    201 St. Charles Ave.
    New OrleansLA 70170-5100




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