Hodgson Russ Attorneys Mark Klein & Timothy Noonan Author New York Tax Guide
The latest book by Hodgson Russ attorneys Mark Klein and Timothy Noonan, a guide to New York State tax issues published by the New York State Bar Association, is now available. Written with tax lawyers in mind, Contesting New York Tax Assessments--Fourth Edition provides an in-depth look at New York State Department of Taxation and Finance adversarial proceedings, from audit and conciliation to litigation.
In its pages, Mark and Tim address the considerable procedural changes made to New York tax law since the last edition was published in 2000. As seasoned tax litigators, they also provide practical insight based upon their own experiences with tax dispute resolution.
Mark focuses his legal practice on New York State and New York City tax matters. He has more than 30 years of experience with federal, multistate, state, and local taxation, and is known for his public speaking on tax topics. Mark has represented numerous Fortune 500 companies in connection with corporate, withholding, and sales tax audits as well as dozens of individuals who appear on the Forbes 400 list of wealthiest individuals in the United States in connection with New York income tax inquiries.
Tim’s work primarily involves New York State and New York City tax litigation and controversy. Over the past 16 years, Tim has handled more than 700 personal income tax, sales tax, and corporate tax audits. He has also handled approximately 100 cases in New York State’s Division of Tax Appeals. His successes include a 2014 win in John Gaied v. New York State Tax Appeals Tribunal, one of the first New York residency cases to ever reach New York’s highest court. Tim leads the firm’s New York Residency Practice.