Eric L Green
The focus of Attorney Eric L. Green’s practice is taxpayer representation before the IRS, Connecticut Department of Revenue Services and Massachusetts Department of Revenue as well as handling probate matters and probate litigation, estate planning for individuals and business owners and tax planning for closely held businesses.
Jeffrey M. Sklarz
Jeff’s practice is focused on representing businesses and individuals with complex financial litigation needs including: bankruptcy and bankruptcy litigation, creditor/debtor litigator, tax litigation, pension and employee benefit litigation and commercial litigation.
Amanda is an enrolled agent (E.A) and paralegal that is a federally-authorized tax practitioner who has technical expertise in the field of taxation and who is empowered by the U.S. Department of the Treasury to represent taxpayers before all administrative levels—examination, collection, and appeals—of the Internal Revenue Service.
Kellianne T. Baranowsky
Kelli is admitted to practice before the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, The United States Tax Court and the Federal District Courts for the District of Connecticut and the Southern District of New York.
Robert M. Fleischer
Rob practices primarily in the area of business litigation bankruptcy, bankruptcy litigation and appeals. In business litigation, he has served as lead counsel for businesses and individuals in numerous cases in both state and federal courts. Rob’s litigation practice includes handling appeals.
Noelle Geiger’s focus is taxpayer representation before the Internal Revenue Service, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, Connecticut Department of Revenue Services and other state taxing authorities. She has extensive experience handling state and city Residency Audits which examine domicile, statutory residency, allocation of income, and situations involving potential dual residency.
Lawrence S. Grossman
Larry represents businesses and individuals in complex litigation, including commercial litigation, debtor/creditor litigation and bankruptcy litigation. He regularly appears in all Connecticut federal and state courts and has tried bench and jury trials in Connecticut Superior Court, the United States District Court and the United States Bankruptcy Court. In addition, Larry has prosecuted and defended evidentiary hearings related to applications for temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions, applications for prejudgment remedy, and contested matters in bankruptcy court.
Felicia S. Hoeniger
The focus of Felicia’s practice is state tax practice, including personal and corporate income taxes and withholding, sales and use taxes and excise taxes. Ms. Hoeniger’s experience includes preliminary tax planning, audit defense, and post-audit administrative and judicial appeals. She also counsels clients on state tax credits and the Freedom of Information Act as it relates to state treatment of confidential tax return information.
Joanna M. Kornafel
Joanna M. Kornafel represents individuals and clients with complex financial and litigation needs in a wide array of industries such as healthcare, construction, horticulture, retail, and hospitality. Her practice focuses on civil litigation matters, unfair trade practices (CUTPA), business torts, breach of contracts, debtor/creditor litigation, workouts, bankruptcy litigation, and other commercial litigation matters.
Heather K. Lee
Heather is an attorney practicing in the tax and trust & estates law. She was formerly with the law firm of Hochman, Salkin, Rettig, Toscher & Perez p.c. in Beverly Hills and Allen & Overy llp in New York. She enjoys finding clarity in the complex law and has a passion for helping clients.
Jason A. Marsh
For nearly 20 years, Jason has practiced in the areas of general business and corporate law, commercial finance, commercial real estate, land use, promotions, marketing and advertising law, and intellectual property. He has worked with individuals and business of all sizes, from small start-up entities to multi-national corporations.
Lisa Perkins joined Green & Sklarz LLC after more than 17 years with the U.S. Department of Justice. She worked for five years as a trial attorney in the Tax Division of the Western Criminal Enforcement Section, prosecuting tax crimes in the western half of the United States, then moved to Connecticut.
Ken is Of Counsel to Green & Sklarz LLC. He has more than thirty years of experience in federal and state courts, and is equally well-versed in civil and criminal litigation at both the trial and appellate levels.
Since 1970, Mark has counseled businesses in all types of transactions, advised business entities and real estate developers on governance structure, developed efficient tax strategy for family and generational transfer of business interests, income, and provided succession tax planning; negotiating and documenting acquisitive and dispositive transactions.
Shelby L. Wilson
Shelby Wilson is a partner with Green & Sklarz LLC. For over fifteen years, Shelby has practiced in the areas of estate planning and tax law, and has advised individuals, families, and closely-held businesses on issues dealing with estate and generation-skipping tax planning, charitable planning, income tax planning, and tax compliance. She has extensive experience in advising closely held business owners in multiple industries on intergenerational business succession issues.
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