Peter Faber was quoted in the April 30 weekend edition of The New York Sun in an article regarding a lawsuit challenging New York's income tax on telecommuters from other states. McDermott is representing a computer programmer, Thomas Huckaby, from Tennessee who lost in a lower appellate court and plans to take his case to the Court of Appeals. In November, the Court of Appeals rejected a similar case from a Manhattan law school professor, who worked part-time from his home in Connecticut. Mr. Faber said the case failed because the court focused on the fact that professor's real job was in New York. "...In Huckaby's case, in contrast, his real job is working in Tennessee...He's a computer programmer, so he could do that anywhere," commented Mr. Faber.