Following careers as a record company executive (10 years), a college English teacher (4 years), a legal proofreader (8 years), a court-appointed civil mediator (11 years), and a malpractice litigator (5 years), Marc has since 2002 been happily engaged as a tax researcher for Wolters Kluwer (under its CCH imprint), specializing in telecommunications tax issues. He was a Voting Member of NARAS for the Grammy Awards from 1977 to 2008. Marc holds a B.A. degree from Adelphi University in English Language and Literature; an M.A. from Fordham University in American Literature; an M.Phil. from New York University in American Literature between the Civil War and World War I; a J.D. from The Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University, and may be excessively educated.
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Posts by Marc Palmer Kram
Telecom Taxation Posts by Marc Palmer Kram
- DirecTV Seeks "Unfair Tax Treatment" Verdicts - and Is Disappointed
- GPSPS Penalized $9 Million For Cramming, Slamming … & Chutzpah!
- Kentucky’s Telecommunications Tax: Hanging in Limbo
- D.C. TV Station Is Not “High-Tech Company,” So No Tax Break
- Florida: America's Foremost Purveyor of Tax Nonsense?
- Virginia Communications Tax Obeys ITFA (Technically, Maybe..)
- Virgin Mobile Off the Hook for Kentucky E-911 Surcharge
- How Is Video Not “Tangible Personal Property”?
- Can Tennessee Tribunal Tell Taxable Telecom from Telepathy?
- New York’s Helio Case: A Trial Run for Sprint? (Conclusion)
- New York's Helio Case: A Trial Run for Sprint?
- AOL Port Modem Management Service Is Taxable Tennessee Telecom
- Verizon (Mostly) Loses Big-Dollar Pennsylvania Gross Receipts Tax Case
- For Dish Network in Florida, Satellite & Cable Tax Can Differ
- Sprint/Nextel Accused of Massive New York Sales Tax Fraud
- AOL Recoups $4.5M Sales Tax on “MMS” Dial-Up Internet
- Did Sprint Sell Phones for $0, or Give Them Away?
- Michigan PSC's Double-Fumble 911 Nightmare
- Easylink’s EM Service: In NY, It’s As Taxable As Telegraphy
- EchoStar/DISH Avoids $2M Sales Tax After Epic 8-Year (5-Strike!) Battle
- Texas to Reap Telecom Tax On Farmers' GPS Service
- Connecticut PURA Probes E-911 Telecom Revenue Falloff
- Alltel Isn't A Telco! Vague Tax Law Costs State $5 Million
- CenturyLink’s Privilege Tax Case: Portland, OR Levels Playing Field, a Little
- Comcast Equipment Taxability: Buys Must be Parsed For Purpose
- Clearchoice Escapes Nearly $500K Illinois Retailer Occupation Tax