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This newsletter summarizes Connecticut tax legislation enacted, court decisions rendered, and administrative guidance published by the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services (DRS) during calendar year 2022.  Please contact a member of our State and Local Tax Practice Group if you have any questions regarding the new tax law changes and how they may affect you and your business.

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Photo of David O. Bigger David O. Bigger

David Bigger is chair of the firm’s Tax and Employee Benefits Practice Group, and he has a comprehensive tax practice covering a wide range of areas of international, federal, state and local taxation, with particular emphasis on personal income tax, mergers and acquisitions…

David Bigger is chair of the firm’s Tax and Employee Benefits Practice Group, and he has a comprehensive tax practice covering a wide range of 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 and investment strategies, reorganizations, enforcement and collection defense, and other federal and state tax controversies.

Photo of Louis B. Schatz Louis B. Schatz

Louis Schatz is a partner in Shipman’s Tax and Employee Benefits Practice Group, a group which he chaired for many years. From 2007 to 2017, Lou served on the firm’s seven-person Management Committee. He is the past Chair of the Tax Section of…

Louis Schatz is a partner in Shipman’s Tax and Employee Benefits Practice Group, a group which he chaired for many years. 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.

Photo of Deanna McWeeney Deanna McWeeney

Deanna McWeeney is an associate in the firm’s Tax and Employee Benefits practice group. She has experience in general legal matters, contracts, negotiations, tax planning, audit defense, mergers and acquisitions, and other related transactions.

Photo of Melissa Mack Melissa Mack

As chair of Shipman’s Tax Exempt Organizations Practice Group, Melissa Mack represents large and small tax-exempt organizations on tax-exemption, corporate and governance issues, providing practical and well-rounded counsel to our nonprofit clients. She represents public charities, private foundations, educational institutions, community foundations, hospitals…

As chair of Shipman’s Tax Exempt Organizations Practice Group, Melissa Mack represents large and small tax-exempt organizations on tax-exemption, corporate and governance issues, providing practical and well-rounded counsel to our nonprofit clients. She represents public charities, private foundations, educational institutions, community foundations, hospitals and healthcare organizations, social service agencies, religious, cultural and performing arts organizations, supporting organizations, quasi-governmental entities and trade associations across multiple industries.

Melissa counsels clients on forming nonstock corporations, obtaining, maintaining and operating in furtherance of tax-exempt status, strategic planning and corporate transactions. She provides guidance to organizations and boards of directors on corporate governance, regulatory compliance, contracting, affiliations, mergers, dissolution, fiduciary duties, board disputes, policy and procedure development, unrelated business income taxes, executive compensation, intermediate sanctions matters, private foundation excise taxes, conflicts of interest, endowments, advocacy, lobbying limitations, fiscal sponsorships, charitable giving, grantmaking, fundraising, gift acceptance, corporate sponsorships, charitable solicitations and donor relations.

Photo of Moira Petrone Moira Petrone

Moira Petrone is an associate in the firm’s Tax and Employee Benefits Practice Group. Together with the other members of the Shipman Tax and Employee Benefits Practice Group, she represents individuals and companies with regard to tax planning, mergers and acquisitions, various tax…

Moira Petrone is an associate in the firm’s Tax and Employee Benefits Practice Group. Together with the other members of the Shipman Tax and Employee Benefits Practice Group, she represents individuals and companies with regard to tax planning, mergers and acquisitions, various tax and corporate governance issues affecting tax-exempt organizations, enforcement and collection defense, and other federal and state of Connecticut tax controversies.  Moira works with closely held businesses organized as limited liability companies, real estate joint ventures, partnerships and S corporations.  She also advises taxable and tax-exempt organizations alike on the design and operation of a wide range of retirement, health and welfare, and executive compensation plans and programs, and on employee benefits issues arising in corporate transactions.