|CALENDAR STATUS: Active|
|Con-Way Inc. & Affiliates v. Department of Revenue|
|Supreme Court Courtroom 2|
| Darren Weirnick on behalf of Department of Revenue|
Robert T. Manicke on behalf of Con-Way, Inc. & Affiliates
Statement of Issues:
|Con-Way Inc. v. Department of Revenue (S060141) (direct review, pursuant to ORS 305.445, of a general judgment entered by the Oregon Tax Court).|
This case comes before the Oregon Supreme Court on direct review of a general judgment entered by the Oregon Tax Court that granted Con-Way's motion for summary judgment and denied the department's cross-motion for summary judgment, finding that the department had erred by disallowing Con-Way's use of a $75, 000 Business Energy Tax Credit under ORS 315.354 to pay its $75, 000 corporate minimum tax liability under ORS 317.090(2).
The issues on direct review are as follows:
(1) ORS 317.090(2) requires corporate taxpayers to "pay annually to the state" a minimum tax based on that taxpayer's sales within the state of Oregon. May a corporate taxpayer use a Business Energy Tax Credit provided for by ORS 315.354 to "pay" the corporate minimum tax imposed by ORS 317.090(2)?
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