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Solving Serious Tax Problems

Working to ensure maximum tax advantages for business and individual clients. The national real estate practice at Cozen 'Connor represented Greenpoint Manufacturing and Design Center Local Development Corporation (GMDC) in the acquisition, development, and financing of an Ozone Park manufacturing facility in Queens, New York.
Joe Callahan is a member of the New York State Bar Association and is the Managing Attorney of Mackay, Caswell & Callahan, P.C. Attorneys He is a New York City tax and business attorney and a Certified Public Accountant, and was licensed by the State of Maryland.



Overview: Steve is counsel to many of the firm's wealthiest and most prominent clients, providing sophisticated tax and estate planning advice for several large New York real estate families, private equity funds, Wall Street investment bankers, fund managers, corporate executives, large estates and others.
If a lien has been filed against you or your business, or if you have been criminally charged for failing to pay the sales tax allegedly owed by your restaurant, bar, lounge or nightclub, call Attorney James DiPasquale at (646) 343-4607, for a free consultation.

Chambers Global has recognized three Cozen ' Connor attorneys, Susan Eisenberg (Miami - Labor & Employment), Geoffrey Ferrer (New York - Transportation & Trade), and Joseph Tilson (Chicago - Labor & Employment), as worldwide leaders in their respective practices.
Additionally, the firm defends clients against the assertion by the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance of the responsible person assessments (RPA) and the assertion by the IRS of the trust fund recovery penalty (TFRP) (formerly known as the 100% penalty assessment), in which individuals are personally held liable for sales taxes or the employee portion of withholding taxes of a corporation or other business.

Ken Fisher, of the New York City office and Real Estate Practice Group, was mentioned in a Capital New York article titled, "Controversial Magnate Pokes Holes in Bloomberg's Styrofoam Ban." The article explains the financed lobbying effort the City Council successfully pushed to alter Michael Bloomberg's bill to ban the use of styrofoam in food establishments.

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