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Martin Eisenstein

Brann & Isaacson

Martin Eisenstein, Esq., is the managing partner of the law firm of Brann & Isaacson. For more than 30 years, Mr. Eisenstein has regularly advised, counseled, negotiated and handled litigation and transactions regarding state and local tax issues and unclaimed property matters, including compliance, audits and litigation. Mr. Eisenstein has represented the Direct Marketing Association as amicus curiae in the U.S. Supreme Court cases of Quill v. North Dakota and D.H. Holmes Company, LTD, and participated in his firm’s recent U.S. Supreme Court victory in Direct Marketing Association v. Brohl. Mr. Eisenstein regularly counsels IT service and product providers regarding state tax issues. Mr. Eisenstein is the author of several publications, including articles in State Tax Notes entitled, Transaction Taxes on Information Technologies: The Threat (December 22, 2014); Let the Sunshine In: The Age of Cloud Computing (November 28, 2011); and Interstate or Intrastate: Taxability of Telecommunications (November 12, 2007). Mr. Eisenstein co-authors a regular column on state tax and related issues for the American Catalog Mailers Association.

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