The U.S. Supreme Court sits primed and ready to decide two key state and local tax (SALT) cases that will have implications nationally, including for Pennsylvania, its residents and its businesses.

The first is Franchise Tax Board of California v. Hyatt, S.Ct. Dkt. No. 17-1299, in which the Supreme Court granted certiorari to revisit whether one state can be sued in another state’s courts. The Hyatt litigation, which has been ongoing for two decades, has been before the Supreme Court twice before. The case involves damages sought by Gilbert P. Hyatt for several torts allegedly committed by the Franchise Tax Board (FTB)—a California state agency—in its audits of him.

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