Bradley Partner Bruce Ely Quoted in State Tax Notes on Gov. Ivey’s Appointment of Tax Attorney to Alabama Supreme Court
State Tax Notes
State and Local Tax (SALT) attorney Bruce Ely was quoted in State Tax Notes on Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey’s appointment of a tax lawyer to the state supreme court. William Sellers, a Montgomery tax attorney, will fill a vacant associate position on the court.
“Will and I are fellow NYU grads and have been friendly competitors for many years, but we worked closely together for over a decade to establish an independent tax tribunal in Alabama,” said Ely. “The Alabama Supreme Court considers several key state tax cases each year, and to have a justice possessing such an in-depth knowledge of both state and federal taxation will be a real benefit to both sides,” he said.
The complete article, “Alabama Governor Appoints Tax Attorney to State Supreme Court,” appeared in State Tax Notes on May 31, 2017. (login required)