An Atlanta solo practitioner may get his second trip to the U.S. Supreme Court to defend a victory he won at the Supreme Court of Kentucky that is potentially worth more than $212 million.

Last year, C. Christopher Trower was a U.S. Supreme Court novice when he won the Kentucky government’s fight over the taxation of municipal bonds. Both he and his opposing counsel in the latest case say there are good reasons for the nation’s highest court to take up the latest Kentucky tax case, too.

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