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2018 Legislative, Regulatory and Case Law Review

  • Personal Income Tax
  • Corporation Business Tax
  • Sales and Use Tax
  • Estate and Gift Tax
  • Property Tax
  • Miscellaneous Taxes
  • Administrative Pronouncements

2017 Legislative, Regulatory and Case Law Review

  • Income Tax
  • Sales and Use Tax
  • Corporation Business Tax
  • Estate and Gift Tax
  • Property Tax
  • Miscellaneous Taxes
  • Administrative Pronouncements

2016 Legislative, Regulatory and Case Law Review

  • Corporation Business Tax
  • Personal Income Tax
  • Sales Tax
  • Tax Credits
  • Estate and Gift Tax
  • Property Tax
  • Miscellaneous Taxes
  • Administrative Pronouncements

2015 Legislative, Regulatory and Case Law Review

  • Corporation Business Tax
  • Personal Income Tax
  • Sales and Use Tax
  • Tax Credits
  • Estate and Gift Tax
  • Property Tax
  • Miscellaneous Taxes
  • Administrative Pronouncements

2014 Legislative, Regulatory and Case Law Review

  • Income Tax
  • Corporation Business Tax
  • Sales and Use Tax
  • Tax Credits and Programs
  • Estate Tax
  • Property Tax
  • Miscellaneous Taxes
  • Administrative Pronouncements

2013 Legislative, Regulatory and Case Law Review

  • Corporation Business Tax
  • Sales and Use Taxes
  • Personal Income Tax
  • Tax Credits
  • Estate and Gift Tax
  • Property Tax
  • Miscellaneous Taxes
  • Administrative Pronouncements

2012 Legislative, Regulatory and Case Law Review

  • Sales Tax
  • Corporation Business Tax
  • Individual Income Tax
  • Property Tax
  • Miscellaneous Taxes
  • Administrative Pronouncements

2011 Legislative, Regulatory and Case Law Review

  • Individual Income Tax
  • Corporation Business Tax
  • Tax Credits
  • Sales and Use Tax
  • Estate and Gift Taxes
  • Property Tax
  • Miscellaneous
  • Administrative Pronouncements

2010 Legislative, Regulatory and Case Law Review

  • Corporation/Business Tax
  • Sales Tax
  • Personal Income Tax
  • Tax Credits
  • Estate and Gift Tax
  • Property Tax
  • Miscellaneous
  • Administrative Pronouncements

2009 Mid-Year Legislative, Regulatory and Case Law Review

  • Corporation Business Tax
  • Sales Tax
  • Personal Income Tax
  • Estate and Gift Tax
  • Property Tax
  • Miscellaneous
  • Administrative Pronouncements

2008 Legislative, Regulatory and Case Law Review December 2008

  • Corporation Business Tax
  • Sales and Use Tax
  • Personal Income Tax
  • Property Tax
  • Amnesty and Miscellaneous
  • Administrative Pronouncements

2008 Legislative Session August 2008

  • Corporation Business Tax
  • Sales and Use Tax
  • Personal Income Tax
  • Property Tax
  • Miscellaneous Taxes and Issues
  • Administrative Pronouncements

2007 Legislative Session November 2007

  • Sales and Use Tax
  • Tax Credits
  • Personal Income Tax
  • Property Tax
  • Estate and Gift Tax
  • Real Estate Conveyance and Controlling Interest Transfer Taxes
  • Miscellaneous Taxes and Issue
  • Administrative Pronouncements

2006 Legislative Session December 2006

  • Corporate Business Tax
  • Sales and Use Tax
  • Personal Income Tax
  • Property Tax
  • Estate and Gift Tax
  • Other Tax Credits

2005 Legislative Session and Regulatory Review December 1, 2005

  • Corporation Business Tax
  • Sales And Use Tax
  • Personal Income Tax
  • Real Estate Conveyance Tax/Controlling Interest Transfer Tax
  • Connecticut Estate, Gift & Succession Taxes
  • Property Tax
  • Miscellaneous Taxes
  • Tax Procedure
  • Escheat
  • Administrative Pronouncements
  • Solicitation Of Charitable Funds Act

2005 Legislative Session Review July 15, 2007

  • Corporation Business Tax
  • Sales And Use Tax
  • Personal Income Tax
  • Real Estate Conveyance Tax/Controlling Interest Transfer Tax
  • Connecticut Estate, Gift & Succession Taxes
  • Property Tax
  • Miscellaneous Taxes
  • Tax Procedure
  • Escheat
  • Solicitation Of Charitable Funds Act
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Photo of David O. Bigger David O. Bigger

David Bigger practices primarily in the areas of international, federal, state and local taxation, with particular emphasis on personal income tax, mergers and acquisitions, and matters involving the taxation of partnerships.  David has represented individuals and companies with regard to multi-state taxation issues…

David Bigger practices primarily in the areas of international, federal, state and local taxation, with particular emphasis on personal income tax, mergers and acquisitions, and matters involving the taxation of partnerships.  David has represented individuals and companies with regard to multi-state taxation issues, tax planning, reorganizations, enforcement and collection defense, and other federal and state tax controversies.

Photo of Robert L. Day, III Robert L. Day, III

Robert is a member of the Tax and Employee Benefits Practice Group and practices primarily in the areas of federal, state and local taxation.  Robert regularly counsels a wide variety of taxpayers including individuals, manufacturers, insurers, media companies, financial institutions, hedge funds, and…

Robert is a member of the Tax and Employee Benefits Practice Group and practices primarily in the areas of federal, state and local taxation.  Robert 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.

Photo of Ray Casella Ray Casella

Ray practices in all areas of federal, state and local tax law. He has extensive experience representing tax-exempt organizations including schools, private foundations and public charities. Ray regularly deals with federal and state income tax issues, Connecticut sales and use tax issues, federal…

Ray practices in all areas of federal, state and local tax law. He has extensive experience representing tax-exempt organizations including schools, private foundations and public charities. Ray regularly deals with federal and state income tax issues, Connecticut sales and use tax issues, federal and state payroll tax issues, and private foundation excise taxes.

Photo of Alan E. Lieberman Alan E. Lieberman

Alan Lieberman is Chair of the firm’s seven-person Management Committee and acts as the firm’s Managing Partner.

Alan’s practice involves counseling clients on matters involving international, federal, state and local taxation, and representing them in tax-related disputes in administrative and court proceedings. In…

Alan Lieberman is Chair of the firm’s seven-person Management Committee and acts as the firm’s Managing Partner.

Alan’s practice involves counseling clients on matters involving international, federal, state and local taxation, and representing them in tax-related disputes in administrative and court proceedings. In addition, Alan represents clients in the formation, reorganization, and liquidation of business entities and tax-exempt organizations.

Photo of Louis B. Schatz Louis B. Schatz

Louis Schatz serves as Chair of Shipman & Goodwin’s Tax and Employee Benefits Practice Group. From 2007 to 2017, Lou served on the firm’s seven-person Management Committee. He is the past Chair of the Tax Section of the Connecticut Bar Association.

Lou practices…

Louis Schatz serves as Chair of Shipman & Goodwin’s Tax and Employee Benefits Practice Group. From 2007 to 2017, Lou served on the firm’s seven-person Management Committee. He is the past Chair of the Tax Section of the Connecticut Bar Association.

Lou practices in the areas of federal and State of Connecticut tax with attention to the representation of closely held businesses organized as limited liability companies, partnerships and S corporations; real estate joint ventures; and the representation of taxpayers involved in federal and Connecticut tax controversies (at the audit, appellate and court levels). He is a frequent lecturer on federal and State of Connecticut tax, partnership and limited liability company issues.