Richard C. Call focuses his practice on all types of state and local tax matters including litigation, advisory, and transactional work. He has participated in successful cases at administrative bodies, trial courts, and appellate courts in several states. In 2020, he successfully argued before the Appeals Court of Massachusetts in Bay State Gas Company v. Commissioner, securing a rare reversal of the Massachusetts Appellate Tax Board in a corporate income tax case. Admitted to practice in both Massachusetts and New York, he has been recognized as a Super Lawyers, Rising Star in both Massachusetts and New York. Show More
Richard’s clients operate in virtually every industry, including the tech, energy, financial, health, retail, and restaurant industries. He has spoken at the State Tax Roundtable for Utilities & Power (STARTUP) and Restaurant Industry Sales Tax Audit Professionals (RISTAP) annual meeting. Richard also works with individuals regarding personal income tax issues such as residency.
Richard is actively engaged in the state and local tax community both locally and nationally. He is the current co-chair of the Boston Bar Association’s Tax Section. Richard publishes frequently on state and local tax topics, with articles appearing in numerous professional publications, including State Tax Notes, Bloomberg BNA Weekly State Tax Report, Bloomberg BNA Multistate Tax Report, The Tax Executive, the Journal of State Taxation, the Boston Business Journal, and the New York University Institute on State and Local Taxation. He also has spoken on state and local tax topics in multiple forums, including the Boston Bar Association – State and Local Tax Section, Council on State Taxation (COST), Tax Executives Institute, Strafford webinars and the Philadelphia Bar Institute.
- Legal 500 US, 2021 and 2022
- Super Lawyers 2013 – 2014, New York-Metro Rising Star
- Super Lawyers 2018, Massachusetts Rising Star
New York University School of Law, LLM, 2007
Brigham Young University, JD, 2006
Brigham Young University, BA, 2002