Overview


Alysse McLoughlin focuses her practice on state and local tax matters, with particular emphasis on working with financial services companies. Alysse handles state tax litigation and also advises with respect to planning opportunities.

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Recognitions


  • Chambers USA, Recognized Practitioner, 2017 – 2019

Community


  • NYU School of Professional Studies Summer Institute of Taxation State and Local Tax Programs, co-chair
  • The Georgetown University Law Center Advanced State and Local Tax Institute, advisory board member
  • The National Multistate Tax Symposium, advisory board member

Credentials


Education
New York University School of Law, LLM, 1997
Fordham University, JD, 1993
State University of New York – Binghamton, BA, 1990

Admissions
New Jersey
New York

Alysse McLoughlin

Insights & Events / Media

New York, NY / McDermott Event / November 21, 2019

Chicago, IL / McDermott Event / May 8, 2019

Dallas, TX / Speaking Engagements / April 24, 2019

Nashville, TN / Speaking Engagements / July 16, 2018

New York, NY / Speaking Engagements / July 23, 2018

Miami, Florida / Speaking Engagements / January 9-11, 2019

New York / Speaking Engagements / December 6, 2018

New York, New York / McDermott Event / September 25, 2018

Plano, Texas / McDermott Event / September 19, 2018

New York, NY / Speaking Engagements / June 21, 2018

New York, New York / McDermott Event / June 8, 2017

New York, New York / Speaking Engagements / March 21, 2017

Tax Notes / State Tax Today / December 27, 2016

Tax Notes / State Tax Today / December 12, 2016

Tax Notes / State Tax Today / November 7, 2016

Bloomberg BNA Weekly Tax Report / March 25, 2016

Tax Notes / State Tax Today / September 8, 2015

Journal of Multistate Taxation and Incentives / July 2015

Tax on Tax Credits: U.S. Tax Court Addresses Federal Taxation of ...

Bloomberg BNA Weekly State Tax Report / May 1, 2015

Inside the New York Budget Bill: 2015-2016 Budget Enacted

State Tax Notes / November 24, 2014

Market Sourcing: Increasing the Burden on Taxpayers?

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