The U.S Supreme Court in January agreed to take up South Dakota’s lawsuit against Wayfair Inc., Inc. and Newegg Inc. regarding a state law that would require retailers that don’t have a physical presence in the state to collect sales tax from South Dakota customers and then remit those taxes to the state. The case challenges the court’s landmark 1992 Quill Corp. vs. North Dakota ruling, which ruled that Quill, an office supplies catalog retailer, was not required to collect or remit sales tax in North Dakota because it didn’t have a physical presence there. The court is expected to hear arguments in April with a ruling by the end of its term in late June. Here’s what retail industry insiders think…

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