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Three Archer Attorneys Reappointed to N.J. Supreme Court Committee on Tax Court

Archer attorneys Alex Paul Genato, Jeffrey M. Gradone and William T. Rogers, III have been reappointed to serve as members of the N.J. Supreme Court Committee on Tax Court for its 2020-2022 term, effective September 1.

The Committee is comprised of members of the bench and tax bar, as well as representatives of taxpayers’ groups, local, county and state tax administrators and others concerned with the administration and review of the New Jersey tax laws. The Court relies on this Committee to provide well-reasoned, expert advice on matters within its general area of knowledge and responsibility.

Alex Paul Genato is a Partner in Archer’s Real Estate Tax Appeal Group. He 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. Alex advises clients on issues regarding property tax issues, liabilities, exemptions, and farmland assessment qualification.

Jeffrey M. Gradone is a Partner in Archer’s Real Estate Tax Appeal Group. He concentrates his practice in the areas of local property tax, redevelopment and condemnation. Jeff litigates complex property tax appeals in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. He advises clients regarding property tax issues and liabilities, and pursues property tax exemptions, abatements, and other incentives for real estate development projects. Jeff also handles a variety of complex condemnation matters on behalf of property owners, and has significant experience negotiating and obtaining tax exemptions and abatements for developers under New Jersey’s Long-Term Tax Exemption Law and Five-Year Exemption and Abatement Law.

William T. Rogers, III is Of Counsel in Archer’s Real Estate Tax Appeal Group. Currently, William serves as Chair of the General Practice Subcommittee of the New Jersey Supreme Court Committee on the Tax Court. He focuses his practice on local property tax, real estate tax appeal litigation, condemnation, and redevelopment. William represents private property owners at trial, motion practice and settlement in the prosecution and defense of property tax appeals, condemnation matters, municipal lien matters and other litigation, and has represented numerous government and public entities. He represents clients in a variety of industries and handles matters throughout New Jersey and New York. William also has significant experience negotiating and obtaining tax exemptions and abatements for developers and redevelopers under New Jersey’s Long-Term Tax Exemption Law and Five-Year Exemption and Abatement Law. William is the Immediate Past President of the Garden State Bar Association.

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