Archived Articles & Speaking Engagements

Archived Speaking Engagements

August 20, 2013, HIN, LLC v. Cuyahoga County Board of Revision, the Cuyahoga County Fiscal Officer, and the Bedford Board of Education, Argument before the Ohio Supreme Court with a hyperlink to the video here http://www.ohiochannel.org/MediaLibrary/Media.aspx?fileId=140058.

January 22, 2013, Noon, “Practicing Tax Assessment Law”, Women in the Law Division, Allegheny County Bar Association

November 9, 2012, “Allegheny County Reassessment Update,” Allegheny County Bar Association Taxation Section, Rivers Club, Pittsburgh, PA (Continuing Legal Education credit available)

May 24, 2012 - Noon to 1:00 p.m., Pennsylania Bar Institute, Webinar, Co-Presenting with Anthony C. Barna, MAI, PA Supreme Court Decision in Tech One: What Does it Mean for Valuation of Leased Real Estate?
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March 21, 2012, “Assessments in Western PA and the Impact of Clifton”, Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Day on Real Estate, with M. Janet Burkardt, Esquire, Solicitor City of Pittsburgh School District, Heinz 57 Center, Pittsburgh, PA
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January 16, 2012, “Allegheny County Reassessment Update: Strategies for Successful Appeals,” Allegheny Tax Society, Allegheny HYP Club, Pittsburgh, PA
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September 9, 2011, “Allegheny County Reassessment Update: What You Can Do to Prepare Now,” Allegheny County Bar Association Taxation Section, Rivers Club, Pittsburgh, PA
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Archived Articles

PA Supreme Court Denies Allegheny County's Motion to Stop Reassessment (Dec 20 2011)

First Wave of Allegheny County Reassessment Notices Due by Year-End (Dec 16 2011)

What You Can Do Now to Prepare for Your Commercial Property Assessment Appeal in Allegheny County (Nov 9 2011)

New Assessment Appeal Deadlines for Commercial Property in City of Pittsburgh (Nov 9 2011)

City of Pittsburgh Will be Assessed First in Allegheny County Reassessment Project (Nov 4 2011)

Prepare now for Allegheny County Real Estate Assessments Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, November 21, 2011

Revaluation Update in Pennsylvania (Sep 19 2011)

Pittsburgh Exemplifies Pennsylvania's Property Tax Discord NREI Online, City Reviews, September 14, 2011

A Proper Property Tax Strategy Saves Money, Commercial Property Executive (August 18, 2011)

Last Reassessment Date by Pennsylvania County (Aug 10 2011)

New Ratio for Philadelphia County Opens Door to More Assessment Appeals for 2012 (Aug 4 2011)

Allegheny County Announces Revised Timetable for 2012 Reassessment Project (Jul 21 2011)

Delays in Three Pennsylvania Assessment Deadlines (Jul 15 2011)

Washington County, PA Reassessment Project Back On (Jul 8 2011)

Change in PA Law Regarding Filing Deadlines for Most PA Counties (Jul 1 2011)

Allegheny County Reassessment Update -- Things You Can Do Now to Prepare (Jun 11 2011)

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Hears Argument on Fee Simple v. Leased Fee Interests (Jun 3 2011)

Update on Reassessments Underway in Pennsylvania (Mar 18 2011)

How Allegheny County is Approaching Commercial Property Valuation for Reassessment Project (Mar 18 2011)

Fair Taxation Often Eludes Build-to-Suits (Sep 2007)

Elimintating Real Estate Taxes on Non-Real Estate Items is an Ongoing Effort (Jul 2007)

Pointers When Contesting Your Tax Assessment (Feb 2006)

Whether You Own or Rent, All Businesses Benefit From Lower Taxes (Dec 2006)

Property Assessments Can Have Lasting Effect On Future Tax Bills (Oct 2006)

How To Reduce Property Taxes (Aug 2006)

What To Consider When Contesting Your Real Estate Tax Assessment (Jun 2006)

Real Estate Investors Can Contest Property Taxes (Dec 2005)

Real Estate Taxes Are Your Largest Controllable Expense (Dec 2005)

Contesting Assessments Can Pare Property Taxes (Oct 2005)

Owners Can Reduce Property Taxes (Apr 2005)

Reassessing the Situation (Feb 2004)

Your Largest Controllable Expense (Nov 2003)

Landmark case cuts property taxes in half (Fall 2003)

Minimizing your real estate taxes (Fall 2003)

How to reduce property taxes on assisted living facilities (July 2001)

Minimizing your real estate taxes (Nov 2000)

Prop Values Head Sky High (Oct 2000)

Just say 'no' to property taxes on non-RE items (Jul 2000)