Diane Zilka, Petitioner v. City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Tax Review Board

  1. July 15, 2024

    Top State & Local Tax Cases To Watch In 2024's 2nd Half

    From a potential U.S. Supreme Court weigh-in on a Philadelphia resident's wage tax claim to cases addressing the scope of taxable information services and whether unapportioned use tax is constitutional, the second half of 2024 promises to pore over state and local tax law. Here, Law360 examines cases to watch in the rest of the year.

  2. June 10, 2024

    Justices Seek SG's Input In Philly Tax Credit System Battle

    The U.S. Supreme Court asked U.S. Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar on Monday to weigh in on a Philadelphia resident's claim that the city's refusal to credit her Delaware state taxes paid against her city wage tax liabilities discriminated against interstate commerce.

  3. May 09, 2024

    Court Split Warrants Review Of Philly Credits, Justices Told

    A split among state courts over whether state and local taxes must be aggregated when evaluating their constitutionality is more significant than Philadelphia has suggested, a city resident told the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday in seeking review of the city's refusal to credit her taxes paid to Delaware.

  4. April 24, 2024

    Philly Tells Justices To Skip Review Of Tax Credit System

    A Philadelphia resident's claims that the city illegally refused to provide her a tax credit for her state income taxes paid to Delaware doesn't warrant U.S. Supreme Court review because case law on the related constitutional issues is thin, the city argued Wednesday.

  5. March 25, 2024

    Tax Groups Urge Justices To Review Philly Tax Credit System

    The U.S. Supreme Court should hear a woman's claims that Philadelphia unconstitutionally declined to credit her Delaware state income taxes paid against her city wage tax liabilities, a taxpayer advocacy organization and a group of tax lawyers told the justices Monday.