|CALENDAR STATUS: Active|
|Ooma, Inc. v. Department of Revenue|
|Via Video Case 4|
|Casey M Nokes on behalf of Ooma, Inc |
Darren Weirnick on behalf of Department of Revenue
Statement of Issues:
|(1) Did Ooma have sufficient "minimum contacts" with Oregon under the Due Process Clause for purposes of E911 Taxes where it does not develop or pursue Oregon-specific marketing or business plans for the sale of its product and services?|
(2) Were Ooma's economic and virtual contacts with the state sufficient to support a finding of "substantial nexus" under the Commerce Clause for purposes of E911 Taxes?
(3) Did the Tax Court err in granting the Department’s motion for summary judgment in light of the genuine issues of material fact raised by Ooma?
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