Q&A With Morrison & Foerster's Mitch Newmark

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Mitchell A. Newmark is a partner at Morrison & Foerster LLP and is concentrated on state and local tax litigation and appeals before administrative and judicial bodies around the country. Newmark also advises companies and individuals with respect to sophisticated transactional matters involving the potential consequences of complex restructurings, planning transactions, and energy-industry financing transactions regarding all state and local taxes. He has written extensively in the area of state and local taxation and is also a frequent lecturer concerning state and local taxes.

Newmark is a member of the New Jersey Supreme Court Committee on the Tax Court. He is chairman of, and a member of the executive committee of, the Tax Section of the New Jersey Bar Association, and is a co-chairman of the State Practice, Procedure and Liaison Committee of the Tax Section of the New Jersey Bar Association. Prior to joining Morrison & Foerster, Newmark was a deputy attorney general of the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office.

Originally published in Law360 on November 27, 2013.

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Topics:  Appeals, Corporate Taxes, Foreign Corporations, Income Apportionment, Supply Chain, Tax Planning

Published In: Administrative Agency Updates, Civil Procedure Updates, Constitutional Law Updates, Tax Updates

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