21 J. St. Tax'n [iii] (2002-2003)

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JOURNAL
of
STATE
TAXATION
Editor: James T. Collins
Executive Director,
Deloitte & Touche Multistate
Tax Center at the University of
Wisconsin-Milwaukee
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SUMMER 2002

* EDITOR'S NOTE
* COVERING MASSACHUSETrS AND
NEW YORK: THE STATES' CODE
SECTION 482-EQUIVALENT POWERS
AND Two TRADEMARK HOLDING
CASES-PART II
Jeanne E. Smith
 CALIFORNIA GOES HOLLYWOOD:
A LOOK AT THE PARTIAL
EXEMPTION FOR POSTPRODUCTION
EQUIPMENT-THE STATUTE AND
REGULATIONS-PART 11
Chris Micheli
* DRECT MAIL-IS IT TAXABLE?
Tony Montelisciani
 DEUTSCHES LAND RAISES
QUESTIONS REGARDING THE
TAXABILITY OF A CHARITABLE
ORGANIZATION'S PROPERTY IN
WISCONSIN
Johanna L. London
 SIGNIFICANT 2001 CALIFORNIA
TAX LAW DEVELOPMENTS
Chris Micheli
FREQUENTLY ASKED MULTISTATE
TAx QUESTIONS
USE OF THE UNITARY CONCEPT
AND COMBINED REPORTING
PUBLICATION POLICIES FOR AUTHORS
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