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.

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  • Advised in planning nationwide and represented in several states a major multinational pharmaceutical business in connection with treatment of multibillion gain from disposition of a line of business
  • Advised and represented in several states a major financial services-related business in connection with receipts apportionment
  • Advised and represented in several states a major international bank in connection with combined reporting and apportionment

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  • American Bar Association, Tax Section, State and Local Tax Committee, past chair
  • American College of Tax Counsel, fellow
  • Bloomberg BNA, State and Local Tax Advisory Board, chair

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St. John’s University School of Law, JD, 1974
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, MBA, 1977
New York University, APC, 1975
New York University, BA, 1971

New York

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Arthur R. Rosen

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