The Bayer Corp. & Subs v. United States, Civil Action Nos. 08-693, 09-351 (W.D. PA 2010), court case shows how important it is to place information and security controls on information gathered when preparing a research tax credit.
The United States v. Goertz, No. A-09-CA-179 LY (W.D. Tex. 2010) case highlights why defending R&D tax credits on audit is often frustrating for taxpayers and the government alike. The short answer, is that it comes down to documentation. The court case does not say why the taxpayer’s research tax credit claim was denied. That […]
ANDREW W. AUSTIN, District Judge. Before the Court are Plaintiff’s Expedited Motion for Leave to Exceed Depositions under Rule 30 (Clerk’s Docket No. 40); Defendants’ Motion to Compel Responses to Interrogatories (Clerk’s Docket No. 43); and Defendants’ Motion to Enter Protective Order (Clerk’s Docket No. 45). The District Court referred the above-motions to the undersigned […]
MEMORANDUM OPINION WILLIAM L. STANDISH, District Judge. These suits focus on the efforts of Plaintiffs Bayer Corporation, its subsidiaries, and Bayer-Onyx (collectively, “Bayer”) to recover some $50 million in federal income tax payments to which Plaintiffs argue they are entitled as qualified research tax credits under 26 U.S.C. § 41. Now pending before the Court […]