Blog Posts in May, 2016

  • Surprise Ruling Says Some Local Taxes Need No Vote

    Last month, the Fourth District Court of Appeal issued an unexpected decision that could blow a hole through the constitutional vote requirements that protect Californians from unnecessary taxes. If the decision is not reversed by the California Supreme Court or de-published, it could result in the people of California losing their right to vote on local taxes. In California Cannabis Coalition v. ...
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  • Marty Dakessian Honored as a 2016 Southern California Super Lawyer

    For the third straight year, Marty Dakessian is a Southern California Super Lawyer. After a successful run as equity partner at Global 20 law firm Reed Smith, Marty started his own firm in January dedicated to representing taxpayers in disputes with California tax agencies. There, he continues his mission to help his clients and hold the agencies accountable, and in the process, improve ...
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