The Supreme Court Wayfair Decision: Now What?

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In June the U.S. Supreme Court handed down its landmark South Dakota vs. Wayfair decision. By overturning the 1992 Quill ruling the high court tossed out the concept of physical location for determining nexus that requires sales tax collection. With their world turned upside down, ecommerce merchants everywhere are asking “now what?”

As individual states figure out what kind of thresholds to set for merchants and the federal government considers broader legislation, we’ll look at the issue front to back. Tax experts from Vertex will help you understand the broader implications of Wayfair and what to do in response.

Join this Multichannel Merchant webinar to learn about:

  • What the Wayfair ruling means
  • The aftermath and reactions
  • How it’s affecting ecommerce sellers
  • What you need to do in response
  • Presenter:

     

    Michael Bernard Michael Bernard
    Chief Tax Officer – Transaction Tax
    Vertex Inc.
    Mike Bernard is Chief Tax Officer-Transaction Tax for Vertex. In his role he provides insight and thought leadership around tax department operations, U.S. indirect tax, tax risk management, and tax policy, as well as emerging tax trends. He is an executive level tax attorney with a diverse portfolio of experience in corporate tax, administration and finance, including a substantive knowledge of U.S. and international tax laws. Prior to joining Vertex, Mike was in various tax leadership roles at Microsoft Corporation for 28 years, the most recent being Senior Director – Tax Counsel.
    Nancy Manzano Nancy Manzano
    Director in the Chief Tax Office
    Vertex Inc.
    Nancy Manzano is a Director in the Chief Tax Office at Vertex, responsible for insight and thought leadership regarding in-house corporate tax department operations, spanning income, global and transaction tax.
    Nancy’s areas of expertise include federal, state and local corporate income taxation and accounting for income taxes and her particular focus has been on tax for the financial services industry. Prior to joining Vertex, Nancy was a Tax Director at 21st Century/Farmers Insurance and MBNA America Bank. She was also a Supervising Tax Analyst at in the Philadelphia office of KPMG.
    Mark Sieczkowski Mark Sieczkowski
    Sr. Product Manager
    Vertex, Inc.
    Mark Sieczkowski, has over 20 years of IT Product and Project Management experience. Mark joined Vertex Inc., in 2013 as Senior Product Manager, O-Series. Prior to joining Vertex Inc., Mark served as Vice President Solution Delivery for Devon IT, a Thin Client computing company. He was responsible for supply chain management and ensuring solution delivery of both hardware and software projects. Mark was also developing and managing strategic relationships with Lenovo, Acer and Dell computer.

    Moderator:

     

    Mike O'Brien Mike O’Brien
    Senior Content Manager
    Multichannel Merchant

    Mike has worked in journalism, marketing and public relations for more than 25 years. He covers the world of direct-to-customer operations and fulfillment, editing the O+F Advisor newsletter while also programming MCM’s annual Operations Summit conference. Previously he was a senior account executive for Marx Communications public relations, working with marketing and advertising services firms.

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