Richard B. Fry III: Lawyer with Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs, LLC

Richard B. Fry III

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Practice Areas

  • Business
  • Real Estate & Construction
  • Taxation
 
University Kent State University, B.B.A., cum laude, 2003; The University of Akron College of Business Administration, Masters of Taxation, 2008
 
Law SchoolThe University of Akron School of Law, J.D., summa cum laude, 2008; Assistant Editor and Associate Editor, Akron Law Review, Recipient of Judge Harold and Jeanette White Scholarship, 2006-2007, Recipient of Ohio State Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law Student Achievement Award - Externship with Mid-American Conference
 
Admitted2008, Ohio; 2011, United States District Court, Northern District of Ohio; 2011, United States Tax Court
 
Memberships 

Associations

Co-Chair, Sales and Use Tax Subcommittee of the Ohio State Bar Association, Taxation Committee

Member: American Bar Association

Member: Ohio State Bar Association, Taxation Committee

Member: Akron Bar Association

 
Born1982
 
Biography

Practice Area & Professional Experience

• Joined the Firm as an Associate in 2008.
• Mr. Fry works in the Business Practice Group and has experience in a wide variety of areas, including federal and state tax matters, mergers and acquisitions, real estate, litigation and business organization.
• Mr. Fry focuses on state and local tax matters including Ohio tax controversies, sales and use tax and multistate tax planning.

Professional & Civic Involvement

Member: Akron Tax Club

Member: Boys & Girls Club of the Western Reserve, Aspire! Committee

Member: Boys & Girls Club of the Western Reserve, Marketing Committee

Presentations & Publications

Ohio tax incentives, savings for small, midsize businesses: Critical planning opportunities. Crain's Cleveland Business (March 2015).

Nexus: Where Are We Today and Where Are The States Heading? NEO SALT Conference (August 2014).

Ohio CAT Sourcing and Consolidations/Combinations NEO SALT Conference (August 2014).

Drop Shipment Compliance National Business Institute's Ohio Manufacturing Tax Planning and Accounting Conference (November 2014)

Organization: Name, Term, Purpose, Determining Tax Classification and Other Initial Considerations. National Business Institute's Ohio Manufacturing Tax Planning and Accounting Conference (November 2014)

Ohio Tax Update Cleveland Accounting Show (October 2014)

Under Audit: Increased Scrutiny of Restaurants for Ohio Sales Tax, a la carteMagazine (Fall 2013)

Refund Opportunity: Sales Tax Exemptions Available for Restaurant Purchases, a la carteMagazine (Winter 2013)

“Low Tax Rates and Incentives Give Ohio a Business-Friendly Landscape, Spurring Economic Recovery and Growth,” Journal of MultiState Taxation and Incentives (June 2012)

Taxpayer Permitted to Present Newly Prepared Valuation at Board of Tax Appeals, Journal of MultiState Taxation and Incentives (January 2012)

Multistate Tax Concerns for the E-Business,” Akron Bar Association (March, 2011)

“Ohio Use Tax Liability, Reporting, Compliance and Enforcement Issues,” LexisNexis Tax Law Community Podcast (April, 2011)

“Minimizing Your State Tax Obligations,” Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs, LLC Breakfast With Buckingham (September, 2011)

“Emerging Trends and Legal Updates,” National Business Institute Entity Selection: Beyond the Basics (December, 2011)

“Drafting Operating Agreements,” National Business Institute Entity Selection: Beyond the Basics (December, 2011); National Business Institute LLC Workshop: Choose, Draft and Maintain (December, 2012)

“Forming and Funding an LLC: Procedures, Requirements and Practical Tips,” National Business Institute LLC Workshop: Choose, Draft and Maintain (December, 2012)

“Ohio State Tax Issues with Oil and Gas Operations,” Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs, LLC Real Estate & Construction Seminar (April, 2013)

“Navigating Varying State Policies on Registrations and Exemptions,” Strafford Drop Shipments and Sales Tax Teleconference (May, 2013)

“Growing Your Business With the Support of Tax Incentives & Economic Development Tools,” Northeast Ohio State and Local Tax Conference (July, 2013)

 
Reported CasesReported Cases: Crown Communications, Inc. v.Testa, 136 Ohio St.3d 209, 2013-Ohio-3126. Heartland Educ. Comm., Inc. v. Testa, BTA Case No. 2012-277 (Sept. 3, 2014).
 
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Ohio CAT: BTA Predictably Upholds Ohio’s Bright-Line Nexus Standard in Two Cases Despite Lack of Physical Presence
Casey J. Davis,Steven A. Dimengo,Richard B. Fry, April 10, 2015
The Ohio BTA has released two nearly identical opinions upholding commercial activity tax (CAT) assessments on retailers lacking an Ohio physical presence. In Newegg Inc. v. Testa, Ohio BTA, No. 2012-234 (2/26/2015) and Crutchfield, Inc. v. Testa, Ohio BTA, No. 2012-926, 2012-3068, and 2013-2021...

Ohio Income Tax: An Individual May Now Spend Up to 7 Months In Ohio, But Still Be Taxed As A Nonresident Under the Bright-Line Residency Test
Casey J. Davis,Steven A. Dimengo,Richard B. Fry, April 10, 2015
Qualifying as a nonresident for Ohio income tax purposes, which can significantly reduce tax owed on investment and business income, has gotten easier. Ohio residents are taxed on all their income, subject to a resident credit for income taxed by other states. Conversely, nonresidents are only...

Will Governor’s Kasich’s Proposed Budget Significantly Increase the Tax Burden on Ohio Businesses?
Casey J. Davis,Steven A. Dimengo,Richard B. Fry, April 10, 2015
Governor Kasich’s tax policy since taking office has been clear - lowering the income tax burden, especially for small business owners, will increase Ohio’s attractiveness to businesses. So, it is not surprising that the 2016 - 2017 budget proposal includes an over 20% reduction in the...
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Richard B. Fry III

3800 Embassy Parkway, Suite 300
AkronOH 44333




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