Eastern Pennsylvania Property Tax Representative - Philip J. Giannuario

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Eastern Pennsylvania Tax Representative  

Philip J. Giannuario, Esq., Member


Other Professional Representatives:
John E. Garippa, Esq., Member

  Representative Bio:

Born Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 3, 1957


New Jersey, 1983, Pennsylvania, 1985, U.S. Tax Court, 1985, New York, 1989


University of Scranton (B.S., 1980)

Seton Hall University (J.D., 1983)


New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York


Review Committee, Sales & Use Tax Textbook, Institute of Property Tax Taxation, 1987.


Institute of Property Tax Professionals, Advanced Property Tax School,

1997 - 1999.

Adjunct Professor, Jersey City State College, Business Law, 1986.

 Garippa, Lotz & Giannuario

Garippa, Lotz & Giannuario
66 Park Street
P.O. Box 1584
Montclair, New Jersey 07042

p. 973-744-1688
f. 973-744-1641

Garippa, Lotz & Giannuario
Firm Information:

Garippa, Lotz & Giannuario has been engaged in the specialized practice of state and local tax litigation in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York and through out the country since 1975. We concentrate our practice in the area of ad valorem Tax Appeals with an emphasis on complex commercial and industrial valuation litigation, as well as residential.

Garippa, Lotz & Giannuario holds the highest legal designation awarded by Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory and is listed in the Registry of Preeminent Lawyers in the United States. This designation is awarded to fewer than 5% of attorneys nationwide.

Garippa, Lotz & Giannuario is also a member of the prestigious American Property Tax Counsel. The APTC is the only organization of law firms providing major portfolio owners with a single source for all their property tax reporting and tax reduction needs. Today, APTC covers the United States and Canada, serving clients in every category of real estate from apartments to shopping centers.

Our Senior Partner, John E. Garippa, Esq. has been President of the American Property Tax Counsel for more than ten years.


New Jersey Tax Resources:

American Property Tax Counsel

1970 East Grand Ave.
Suite 330
El Segundo, CA 90245

F 877-829-2782


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