Save the Dates! October 19-21, 2022 - Fairmont Chicago, Millennium Park - Chicago, Illinois
THEME - Managing the Future in a Changing World
APTC seminars provide an exclusive forum where invited guests can collaborate with nationally known presenters and experienced property tax attorneys to develop strategies to successfully reduce and manage property taxes.
This year's seminar will address recent developments and current trends in the areas of property taxation and real estate. We will bring together nationally-known economic, technological, appraisal, and legal experts to provide valuable insight on managing the future of property taxation in a system that continues to change based on economics and other influences.
See the Featured Speakers appearing at the 2022 Seminar.
Anthony Barna is Managing Director and consulting appraiser for Integra Realty Resources-Pittsburgh. He has been actively engaged in valuation and consulting since 1991 and his practice specializes in complex assignments for litigation support, eminent domain, tax assessment and financing.
Economist and Futurist Kiernan "KC" Conway, CCIM, CRE, MAI is the mind trust behind Red Shoe Economics, LLC, an independent economic forecasting and consulting firm furthering KC's mission as The Red Shoe Economist by providing organic research initiatives, reporting and insights on the impact of Economics within the commercial real estate industry. KC is a nationally recognized industry thought leader and Subject Matter Expert with expertise in Macro Economics, Valuations, Ports & Logistics, Banking Regulation, Real Estate Finance, MSA level market monitoring, Environmental Risk Management, Housing Economics and Tax Appeals.
A proud graduate of Emory University with more than 30 years' experience as a lender, credit officer, appraiser, instructor, and economist; KC is recognized for accurately forecasting real estate trends and ever-changing influences on markets all across the United States. With credentials from the CCIM Institute, Counselors of Real Estate and the Appraisal Institute, KC currently serves as Chief Economist of the CCIM Institute and as an Independent Director for Monmouth REIT MNR.
He is a gifted and prolific speaker having made more than 850 presentations to industry, regulatory and academic organizations in the last decade, and has been published in many national and regional newspapers and journals with frequent contributions to radio and television programming.
David is a principal with Lennhoff Real Estate Consulting, LLC, which is officed in Gaithersburg, Maryland. His practice centers on litigation valuation and expert testimony relating to appraisal methodology, USPAP, and allocating assets of a going concern. He has taught nationally and internationally for the Appraisal Institute. International presentations have been in Tokyo, Japan; Beijing and Shanghai, China; Berlin, Germany; Seoul, South Korea; and Mexico City, Mexico. He has been a development team member for numerous Appraisal Institute courses and seminars and was editor of its Capitalization Theory and Techniques Study Guide, 3rd ed. He was the lead developer for the Institute's asset allocation course, Fundamentals of Separating Real and Personal Property from Intangible Business Assets, and edited the two accompanying business enterprise value anthologies. He also authored the Small Hotel/Motel Valuation seminar. David is a principal member of the Real Estate Counseling Group of America, a national organization of analysts and academicians founded by the late William N. Kinnard, Jr., PhD. He is a past editor-in-chief of and frequent contributor to The Appraisal Journal, and a past recipient of the Journal's Armstrong/Kahn Award and Swango Award.
Mr. Fowler's practice includes representation of taxpayers in Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey with respect to a wide variety of property types and valuation issues.
Brian has pursued appeals on Class A regional malls, Breweries, complex industrial, petroleum tank farms, corporate headquarters, apartments, hotel, cell sites, aviation hangers and properties affected by environmental contamination.
He has appeared before the New Jersey Tax Court, Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas and the Supreme Court of New York. In addition to assessment appeal cases, Brian has also represented numerous clients in property tax matters involving exemptions, abatements, and farmland assessments. He frequently counsels clients with respect to property tax issues relating to the purchase and sale of real estate, and assisting clients with property tax projections for budgetary purposes.
Prior to joining GLG, he gained valuable experience clerking for Judge Peter D. Pizzuto J.T.C of the New Jersey Tax Court. Brian received his Juris Doctor from Widener University (1999), and a Bachelor of Science, cum laude, from Temple University (1996).
Paul Moore is a commercial litigator who practices primarily in valuation-related matters, including contract disputes, and state and local tax controversies. He has handled a wide variety of valuation matters, representing clients in business disputes, and property, transaction privilege and use tax disputes before state and local taxing authorities, the Arizona Tax Court, and the Arizona Court of Appeals and Supreme Courts. He is licensed in Arizona and Colorado.
He represents taxpayers owning state-assessed properties such as pipelines, telecommunications companies, electric generation facilities and airlines, and all types of locally-assessed real and personal property including hotels, shopping malls, department stores, high-rise office buildings and campuses, apartment complexes, theaters, residential subdivisions, commercial greenhouses, land and hospitals.
Paul is rated AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell, and enjoys an excellent reputation with his peers and the bench. As one judge noted, "Mr. Moore is a very experienced tax attorney. He is always prepared and professional in the courtroom. I recommend him very strongly."
Paul is originally from Manchester, England. He holds doctorate and undergraduate degrees in chemistry. He came "stateside" to Texas in 1986 for a year of teaching undergraduate chemistry, but while there he met his future wife Janet and the rest, as they say, is history. Paul became a US citizen in 1997. In his life before the law, he worked for 6 years as an environmental/analytical chemist for a Fortune 500 Company.
Molly is a partner in the Chicago Office of Siegel Jennings, a national property tax law firm. She is a third-generation property tax attorney from Chicago. As a litigator and trusted advisor, she collaborates with Owners, Asset Managers, Acquisition teams and Tax Departments to identify, create and execute property tax reduction strategies. She becomes a member of her clients' management team. Her goal is to maximize and protect the full potential of real estate assets, minimize related tax liabilities, and resolve disputes with tax authorities and government entities.
Molly's client experience ranges from family owned 1031 portfolios to national commercial investment funds, including special use properties such as hospital campuses to multi-million-dollar manufacturing facilities.
Her comprehensive understanding of the commercial real estate market was developed in part through her time as a real estate broker in the Chicago area prior to starting her legal career. Molly regularly represents clients in hearings before review boards, local assessors' offices, the Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board, and the circuit courts.
Lisa Stuckey is a partner in the law firm of Ragsdale, Beals, Seigler, Patterson & Gray, LLP, and is Chair of the Property Tax Group of the firm, as well as their Designated Representative in the American Property Tax Counsel. She has practiced in the area of property taxation for over 35 years, and for the past 23 years, her practice has been devoted exclusively to representing local, national, and international commercial and industrial taxpayers, on real and personal property tax issues, appearing for hearings, arbitrations, mediations, trials, and arguments in administrative tribunals, the Georgia Tax Tribunal, the Superior Courts throughout Georgia, and the Georgia appellate courts.
Ms. Stuckey frequently speaks on the topic of property taxation to attorneys for legal education seminars, and to industry groups. She also frequently writes property tax articles appearing in such publications as the National Real Estate Investor, and Southeast Real Estate Business, as well as the quarterly publication of the American Property Tax Counsel Newsletter.