Wayfair cleared a wide path of change and controversy in state and local tax. Explore marketplace seller and facilitator issues, including current litigation and legislation on locals, nexus, and filing at the 2023 ABA-IPT Advanced Tax Seminars, with Alexander Korzhen and Masha Yevzelman, along with Moderator Olga J. Goldberg.

Surviving the Wayfair Fallout (or, We Don’t Talk About Wayfair)

March 14, 2023 | 3:30 – 4:30 pm ET

ABA – IPT Advanced Tax Seminars, New Orleans

The fallout from the cataclysm that was South Dakota v. Wayfair continues to reverberate through the sales an use tax world. This session will provide an overview of the latest developments and controversies Wayfair has left in its wake. The panelists will explore the issues affecting marketplace sellers and facilitators and provide an update on current litigation and legislation, including local tax administration, nexus issues, and state filing threshold trends. The speakers will discuss real-world situations and provide tips for advising clients on past and future compliance.

Learning Objectives

After attending the session, the participant will be able to:

  • Identify post-Wayfair marketplace facilitator and seller trends
  • Discuss the latest filing threshold, controversy, and local administration updates
  • Apply practical tips to advise clients or their companies on past and future compliance


Olga J. Goldberg, Esq.| Partner | Pierce Atwood LLP | Portland, ME


Alexander Korzhen, Esq., MBA | State and Local Tax Senior Manager | TaxOps SALT, LLC | Excelsior, MN

Masha M. Yevzelman, Esq. | Shareholder, Tax Disputes and Litigation | Fredrikson & Byron P.A. | Minneapolis, MN

About the 2023 ABA-IPT Advanced Tax Seminars

The Institute and the ABA Section of Taxation will once again host the three annual jointly-sponsored Seminars – one in Sales Tax, Property Tax and State Income Tax.  Join practitioners from around the country for one or more of these Seminars that will feature the latest developments and current issues in the state and local tax field.  

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