NYS Tax Obligations for Businesses Conducting Commerce on the Internet


NYS Tax Obligations for Businesses Conducting Commerce on the Internet

Recorded On 01/15/2013


Gain an overview of the New York State sales tax obligations for New York based businesses engaged in commerce on the Internet. A panel of experts explore many of the interesting issues and “wrinkles” that arise during the course of the transactions.



Program Co-sponsors:  NYCLA’s Cyberspace Committee; NYCLA’s Taxation Committee

Program Chairs:  Allan R. Pearlman, Chair, NYCLA’s Cyberspace Committee; Megan L. Brackney, Kostelanetz & Fink, LLP, Chair, NYCLA’s Taxation Committee

Faculty:  James Connolly, NYS Department of Taxation and Finance; Dan Jordan, NYCLA Director of Library Services; Timothy P. Noonan, Hodgson Russ LLP; Lance E. Rothenberg, Hodgson Russ LLP


2.5 NY CLE Credits; 2 Skills, 0.5 PP


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