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About Timothy P. Noonan
Timothy P. Noonan, a partner at the law firm Hodgson Russ, practices in the areas of state and local tax law, particularly New York State and City tax litigation and controversy. Over the past several years, Mr. Noonan has successfully handled some of the largest New York tax cases, particularly in the residency area. He lectures on state and multistate tax matters and is a frequent webinar speaker. Mr. Noonan is the author of a monthly column, "Noonan's Notes on Tax Practice," in State Tax Notes; a contributor to Lexis.com's Tax Center; general editor of LexisNexis’s Tax Practice Insights: New York, and co-author of CCH's New York Sales and Use Tax Answer Book and New York Residency and Allocation Audit Handbook. Over the past 12 years, Mr. Noonan has authored approximately 75 articles on state and local tax topics. He has been quoted in numerous articles, including recently in Forbes and Wall Street Journal. As special legal advisor to a company called MONAEO, Mr. Noonan assisted in the creation of a GPS-powered smartphone app and software service to help taxpayers track their time for tax purposes. Mr. Noonan can be followed on Twitter @NoonanNotes.
About Hodgson Russ LLP
Hodgson Russ attorneys facilitate the U.S. legal aspects of transactions around the world. Firm-wide, they practice in virtually every substantive area of law and generally use multidisciplinary work teams to serve the specific, often complex, needs of clients, which include public and privately held businesses, governmental entities, nonprofit institutions, and individuals. The attorneys in Hodgson Russ’s State & Local Tax Practice Group offer clients exceptional experience in all New York State and City tax issues as well as multistate, international, and cross-border tax matters. Hodgson Russ has offices in New York City, Albany, Buffalo, and Johnstown, New York; Palm Beach, Florida; and Toronto, Ontario.
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