Frost Brown Todd Reaches New Audiences

Attorneys author Ohio Commercial Activity Tax treatise for Thomson Reuters service

October 14, 2014

Checkpoint Catalyst, a cutting-edge online tool for tax professionals launched by Thomson Reuters in June, has invited Frost Brown Todd (FBT) attorneys to author the content on planning and compliance for Ohio’s commercial activity tax.

“This gives us an unparalleled opportunity to serve a very large number of tax professionals globally,” says Jeremy Hayden, member of Frost Brown Todd in Cincinnati. Hayden has led members of the firm’s State and Local Tax (SALT) team in authoring the Ohio Commercial Activity Tax treatise for Checkpoint Catalyst, a sustained analysis on Ohio tax laws published as part of a comprehensive library of complex tax law topics. FBT Associates Joe Stewart-Pirone, Jon Powers and Austin Byars have served as co-authors and editors.

Checkpoint Catalyst is an online research platform for tax professionals to master the ever-changing and complex environment of tax legislation. It facilitates access to multi-jurisdictional content, embedded tools and an enhanced search engine. After more than two years of development and a multi-million dollar investment by Thomson Reuters, Checkpoint Catalyst transforms the research process for tax issues and business-related transactions by providing research content in context, enabling users to move from insight to action quickly. The new platform builds on Thomson Reuters’ award-winning “Checkpoint,” a leading global brand of knowledge for tax and accounting which already services hundreds of thousands professionals in top accounting, law and business firms.