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Ryan Law Wins Appeal Challenging Retroactive Comptroller Rule September 17, 2018

Badger Tavern, L.P v. Hegar On September 11, 2018 the Texas Court of Appeals, Third District, at Austin ruled that Appellant, Badger Tavern, brought a proper Administrative Procedures Act (APA)…Read More

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Texas Supreme Court’s Decision In GRAPHIC PACKAGING CORP. V. GLENN HEGAR February 27, 2018

On December 22, 2017 the Texas Supreme Court issued an important decision regarding the Texas Franchise Tax in Graphic Packaging Corp. v. Hegar. Background:                   Graphic Packaging Corporation sold consumer product packaging…Read More

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Doug Sigel And Josh Veith Co-Write IPT Insider Article February 27, 2018

Doug Sigel and Josh Veith of Ryan Law, LLP have co-written an article that was featured in the August 2017 edition of IPT Insider. The article is linked below and…Read More

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Key Changes To The Comptroller’s Administrative Rules February 27, 2018

Both taxpayers and practitioners should examine these rule changes carefully. These key changes have a significant impact on the procedure aspects of the Texas administrative process. For a full version…Read More

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Ryan Law Firm Welcomes Rich Moore February 27, 2018

We are pleased to announce the addition of Rich Moore to Ryan Law. Mr. Moore is licensed to practice law in Texas. Mr. Moore will assist in state and local…Read More

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Taxpayer Victory In American-Multi Cinema February 27, 2018

On January 6, 2017, the Austin Court of Appeals denied the Texas Comptroller’s Motion for Rehearing in American Multi-Cinema, Inc. v. Hegar. The Court’s opinion can be found here. Ryan Law’s Doug…Read More

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