Robert L. Day III, a member of the firm’s Tax and Employee Benefits Practice Group, served as a moderator of “Real Estate Property Tax Appeals,” a program offered by the Connecticut Bar Association (CBA). The program, for which Mr. Day was also a co-organizer, focused on the real property valuations, assessment and appeals process, with consideration of the two ways in which a real estate assessment can be challenged in superior court.
Also Tax Chair of CBA's Young Lawyers Section, Mr. Day said, “The Real Property Tax Appeals CLE was a great opportunity for attendees to receive candid insight from experienced practitioners and a rare chance to hear an assessor’s thoughts on a variety of different taxation scenarios.”
Mr. Day practices primarily in the areas of federal, state and local taxation. He regularly counsels a wide variety of taxpayers including individuals, manufacturers, insurers, media companies, financial institutions, hedge funds, and asset management funds. He also has experience representing these clients in tax controversies before the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services and other taxing authorities.
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