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California Supreme Court holds that courts can entertain arguments that a BID assessment scheme violates certain provisions of Proposition 218 when raised by a party who did not articulate these objections in public hearings held to consider protests.https://seesalt.pillsburylaw.com/files/2020/05/250px-Seal_of_California.svg_.png

On December 20, 2021, the California Supreme Court reversed the court of appeal which had concluded that petitioners failure to present their objections to proposed business improvement districts (“BIDs”) and related assessment schemes at the appropriate public hearings meant they had not exhausted their extrajudicial remedies, a lapse that prevented the court from deciding petitioners’ claims on the merits.  Hill RHP Housing Partners, L.P. et al. v. City of Los Angeles, No. S263734.

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Pillsbury SALT Counsel Evan Hamme will be an instructor at the Council on State Taxation’s (COST) Intermediate and Advanced Income Tax School scheduled for December 5-9, 2021. cost-300x90

COST’s Intermediate and Advanced Income Tax School is being held simultaneously with COST’s SALT Basics School and Intermediate and Advanced Sales and Use Tax School in Atlanta, GA.  These programs provide learning opportunities for attendees to explore and gain a deeper understanding of SALT Income and Sales and Use Tax issues. Continue Reading ›

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