|Contact Info||Telephone: 504.582.8293|
|University ||Clemson University, B.A., Economics/Political Science, cum laude, 2008|
|Law School||Wake 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|
|Admitted||2011, Washington; 2012, Louisiana|
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Louisiana House Serves Up Revenue Raising Bills to the Senate
Matthew A. Mantle,Kimberly Lewis Robinson,Justin B. Stone, May 27, 2015
The Louisiana House of Representatives took a major step May 7th in addressing the $1.6 billion budget hole for the 2016 fiscal year. All in, the House moved forward approximately $664 million in revenue raising bills, in spite of many protests by business and industry representatives. While the...
Mississippi Supreme Court Scuttles Use Tax Assessment on Yacht Purchase
John F. Fletcher,Justin B. Stone, May 21, 2015
The Mississippi Supreme Court last week reversed a lower court judgment which had upheld the Department of Revenue’s imposition of use tax upon the out-of-state purchase of a yacht by a Mississippi resident. In doing so, the Court provided taxpayers with very useful guidance on two previously...
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...
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