Paul has more than fifteen years of experience regarding state and local tax litigation. Paul began his tax litigation career as an intern with the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General’s Tax Litigation Section, where he researched state and local tax issues and prepared settlement memoranda. After law school, Paul was Staff Counsel to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Treasury Department’s – Board of Finance and Revenue (“BF&R”) for over four years. While at the BF&R, Paul focused on reviewing tax appeals and writing briefs for Board members regarding corporate taxes, sales and use taxes and PURTA taxes. After the BF&R, Paul was a Senior Tax Analyst with a Fortune 1000 Corporation’s Tax Department, where he was responsible for all state and local tax planning, compliance and audit management involving corporate income and franchise taxes in all 50 states. Recently, Paul practiced at a small Harrisburg state and local tax litigation firm for almost seven years, where he focused his practice on sales, use, income, franchise and property tax litigation issues.
Highlights of his experience include:
Because Paul has had the opportunity to experience state and local tax issues from three different perspectives, he brings a value added skill-set to his client’s tax issues that is both unique and comprehensive.
King’s College – Business Administration – Cum Laude
Widener University School of Law – JD 2002
Pennsylvania Bar Association – Past Chair of Tax Law Section
Institute for Professionals in Taxation
Paxtang Lions Club – Past-President, Former Secretary and Vice-President
May 3, 2016 - PA Tax Law News - Spring 2016
Tax Increases Part of Governor Wolf’s 2016-2017 Proposed Budget l Lease Receipts Subject to Business Privilege Taxes After All l Department of Revenue Issues Guidance Regarding the Act 52-2013 Add-Back Provision l The End of (New) Limited Partnerships in Pennsylvania? l SALT Group Out and About
September 10, 2015 - PA Tax Law News - September 2015
In this issue: PA Budget Watch Continues | Pass-Through Business Tax Alert | The Noose Tightens: Charitable Exemptions Again Under Attack | Department Recommences Responsible Party Assessments | IFTA Compliance More Important Than Ever