Pullman & Comley, LLC
Size of Organization: 80
Year Established: 1919Web Site: http://www.pullcom.com
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Pullman & Comley, LLC's major practice areas include corporate, environmental, health care, litigation, property valuation, public and commercial finance, real estate, and trusts and estates, as well as various targeted practice sections that provide depth of experience and also the flexibility to regroup for customized, solution-oriented service. Our clients include major financial institutions, health care providers, service businesses, trade and art associations, manufacturers and emerging growth businesses in the biotech and information technology industries, as well as nonprofit organizations and individuals. We are legal counsel to many fast growing businesses and have developed experience in many areas needed to fulfill their changing needs.
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Discovery of Tax Returns Clarified
Elliott B. Pollack, February 19, 2015
Quite frequently, municipalities defending tax appeals brought by members of Pullman & Comley’s Property Valuation Department file requests for the property owner/plaintiff’s tax returns. As a result, it was most welcome news to read a recent Superior Court decision that addressed...
Lien Can Be Filed During a Tax Appeal
Gregory F. Servodidio, February 19, 2015
It is fairly well known that once you file a Connecticut tax appeal of a property with an appraised value of $1 million or more, the appellant may limit its tax payment to 90 percent of the amount which otherwise would be due while the action is pending. In a case in which the owner exercised that...
When a Related Party Transaction Is Not!
Laura Bellotti Cardillo, February 19, 2015
Three storage facilities were transacted as part of the sale of nine such properties. “An unusual aspect of the . . . sale,” the IAAO publication Fair & Equitable reports in its September 2014 issue, “was that the President of the selling company was (going to be) the CEO of...