Harry Haushalter

  • Established in 1990
  • Firm Size 1
  • Concentration in State Taxation, Local Property Taxation and Related Litigation
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About this firm

Harry Haushalter is a "boutique" law firm, concentrating its practice in the fields of state taxation, local property taxation and related litigation. By concentrating its practice, the firm is better able to focus on substantive and procedural developments in these rapidly changing areas of law.

The firm is pleased to work with law firms, accounting firms and other professionals in the capacity of consultant, special counsel or local counsel on any aspect of a matter pertaining to state taxation or local property taxation.

Areas of Practice (8)

Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:

  • Taxation Local
  • State Personal Property
  • Property Tax Abatement
  • Real Estate Taxation
  • Sales And Use Tax
  • State Taxation
  • Local Property Taxation
  • Litigation

People (1)

Sales and Use Tax, Real Estate Taxation, Tax Valuation and Equalization, Property Tax Abatement, Civil Litigation

Peer Reviews
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Peer Reviews

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Bar Registry

  • Business Law

  • Tax Law

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