Richard L. Jones

Rich concentrates on state tax litigation and transactional planning involving corporate, franchise, personal income, and sales/use tax matters. He has broad experience before the Appellate Tax Board, the Supreme Judicial Court, various state Departments of Revenue and the Internal Revenue Service on a range of issues, including corporate nexus, domicile, apportionment, step transaction, and unitary reporting. Rich formerly taught State and Local Taxation at Northeastern University, Graduate School of Professional Accounting and frequently writes and speaks at seminars on state tax topics. He recently served as co-chair of the Boston Bar Association's Tax Section and its State Tax Committee.

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