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The Rose Law Office is a West Virginia tax planning and litigation firm. The firm represents clients in a variety of tax and business-related matters, including-
State and local taxation
Administrative hearings and appeals
The Rose Law Office has represented clients throughout West Virginia's 55 counties. To discuss your specific tax and business legal needs, contact the firm today.
The best representation for your tax needs
Principal attorney and founder Herschel "Ned" Rose's professional background encompasses a wide range of legal, tax, and insurance experience. His unique background makes the Rose Law Office a highly sought-after resource when it comes to handling tax-related litigation in West Virginia.
Following law school, Mr. Rose was a law clerk for a federal judge and then spent three years working at his father's law practice. He worked as a litigator for various larger firms until branching off to form his own practice in 1992.
His ability as a tax law professional has been informed by experience that extends beyond simply the courtroom or the law office. In the 1980s, he served as a state tax commissioner, guiding the pivotal decisions and critical restructuring that took place in the tax system at that time. Beginning in the early '90s, Mr. Rose spent more than a decade as a lobbyist in the insurance business. He is qualified, informed, and passionate about helping clients meet their tax law needs.
The Rose Law Office works with both small businesses and corporate entities in the following types of case matters-
General litigation with government entities
Litigation with administrative agencies
Challenging state actions
Property tax issues
Manufacturing tax issues
Hotel occupancy tax issues
Business and occupation taxes at the local level
Natural resource industry tax conflicts
Sales tax issues
Retail tax issues
Specific Areas of Practice for our Charleston office:
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