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Alex Paul Genato to Present: What Every Lawyer Needs to Know About Taxes

Alex Paul Genato, a Partner in the Princeton, N.J. office of Archer, will be on the faculty for What Every Lawyer Needs to Know About Taxes, a continuing legal education seminar on Thursday, December 19, 2019, 9:00 a.m. to 12:35 p.m., in New Brunswick.  The program is presented by the New Jersey State Bar Association and will be taking place at the New Jersey Law Center.  The seminar will provide attendees with the knowledge and strategy needed to effectively deal with the taxation of business entities (including C corporations, S corporations, partnerships and LLCs); sales and use taxes; estate, inheritance and gift taxes; tax issues that arise in litigation, including personal injury and business dispute damages; and litigation concerning local property taxes.

Mr. Genato concentrates his practice in the areas of local property taxation, eminent domain, redevelopment, and state tax matters. He has handled matters involving all phases of property tax appeal litigation throughout New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Virginia, Ohio, Florida and various other states.

Mr. Genato is regularly quoted as an authority on local property taxation in publications such as Bloomberg News, The Star-Ledger, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Hudson Reporter, NJBIZ,,, and the Press of Atlantic City. He has also been featured or quoted in PCWorld, iPhone Life,, HuffPost, Princeton Patch, The Modesto Bee, and The Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Mr. Genato has extensive experience with cases involving office complexes, corporate headquarters, industrial facilities, oil refineries, manufacturing facilities, research and development facilities, warehouses, data centers, hotels, extended-stay corporate suites, golf courses, ski resorts, shopping malls, banks, telecommunication facilities, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, parking garages, truck terminals, apartment buildings, and condominiums. He advises clients on issues regarding property tax issues, liabilities, exemptions, and farmland assessment qualification.


For more information and to register, click HERE.