Dakota is a member of HMB’s State and Local Tax (SALT) group. He focuses his practice on handling tax controversies and counsels on transactional tax issues.
Dakota works with mid-sized and large companies, both public and private. He draws on his prior in-house experience to advise companies on the best approach to resolving their state and local tax issues. Dakota has an LL.M. in Taxation from Northwestern University.
Practical Tax Counsel
Clients appreciate Dakota’s drive to deliver creative solutions for all their tax and transactional controversies, no matter the level of complexity.
Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, LL.M. – Taxation
The College of William & Mary, J.D.
Brigham Young University, B.A. – International Relations with emphases in Economics and Russian
Northwestern Pritzker School of Law – Staff Member, The Tax Lawyer
The College of William & Mary – Executive Articles Editor, the William & Mary Business Law Review
8/26/2020 Residency and Other State Income Tax Issues for Individuals - David A. Hughes and Dakota S. Newton 10:50AM - 11:40AM CT With the increase in flow-through entities, individual income tax issues are becoming more complex to navigate. Explore critical issues including credits for tax paid to other states, taxation of nonresident individuals, and income tax on the sale of…
7/22/20 12:30PM-1:30PM CT CPE and CLE Credit Jordan and Dakota examine Wayfair’s continuing impact on direct and indirect tax nexus standards and analyze the inconsistent patchwork of marketplace facilitator rules around the country. They also discuss emerging income tax issues related to eroding P.L. 86-272 protections and the throwback and throwout rules. This webinar will be presented via Zoom. Register…
With the holidays upon us, it seems like a good time to take a pleasant stroll through the cloud computing and digital product SALT developments you and your clients should be aware of. We returned to the “classic” format for this edition, organizing the stories by jurisdiction, headlining them in summary fashion, and then providing context and snappy analysis. If you have follow-up questions, please let us know.
Welcome to the third edition of Cover Your SaaS. Following a brief mid-summer hiatus from which the authors returned pale as ever, we dive once more into the cloud computing and digital product SALT developments you and your clients should be aware of. This is a bumper edition, so we have organized the updates by general topic rather than solely by jurisdiction.
Welcome to the second edition of Cover Your SaaS, your new favorite(ish) semi-regular publication from HMB Legal Counsel’s State & Local Tax team. Far from accepting a sophomore slump, this edition boldly delves into SALT developments in the digital products sphere, the importance of separately stating charges, and the dangers of straying into taxable telecommunications.
Welcome to the first edition of Cover Your SaaS, a new semi-regular publication from HMB Legal Counsel’s State & Local Tax team. Using the latest in news-scanning technology, i.e., the daily emails that land in our inbox, our goal is to keep you updated on key SALT developments in the digital and cloud computing space.