Arthur R. Rosen focuses his practice on tax planning and litigation relating to state and local tax matters for corporations, partnerships and individuals. Formerly the deputy counsel of the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, as well as counsel to the governor’s Temporary Sales Tax Commission and tax counsel to the New York State Senate Tax Committee, Arthur has also held executive tax management positions at Xerox Corporation and AT&T. He has worked in accounting and law firms in New York City.
Arthur was the founder and editor of the monthly newsletter Inside New York Taxes and the co-editor of the semi-monthly newsletters New York Tax Highlights and New York Tax Cases. He is Chair of Bloomberg BNA’s State and Local Tax Advisory Board. He was the original editor in chief of CCH’s E-Commerce Tax Alert, and was the monthly tax columnist for the E-Commerce Law Journal. Arthur has written scores of articles that have appeared in numerous professional publications and has spoken hundreds of times throughout the country on state and local tax matters.
Institute for Professionals in Taxation, committee chair
Journal of State Taxation, member of the advisory board
National Association of State Bars Tax Sections, past chair
New York City Commissioner of Finance, advisory council
New York City Tax Appeals Tribunal, advisory council
New York State Bar Association, Tax Section, member of the Executive Committee, and chair of New York State Tax Matters; past chair of New York City Tax Matters and State and Local Tax Matters committees
New York State Commissioner of Taxation and Finance, advisory council
New York University, founder and chair of the annual week-long “Introduction to State and Local Taxes” and “State and Local Taxation II” programs
NTA Communications and Electronic Commerce Tax Project, member of the steering committee
Do not send any information or documents that you want to have treated as secret or confidential. Providing information to McDermott via email links on this website or other introductory email communications will not create an attorney-client relationship; will not preclude McDermott from representing any other person or firm in any matter; and will not obligate McDermott to keep confidential the information you provide. McDermott cannot enter into an attorney-client relationship with you until McDermott has determined that doing so will not create a conflict of interest and until you and McDermott have entered into a written agreement or engagement letter that sets forth the terms of our relationship.