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Matthew Cammarata handles both state and local tax controversies at the administrative and judicial levels, as well as transactional matters. His practice focuses on advising corporate clients from a diverse array of industries on all aspects of state and local tax matters involving financial institution excise taxes, corporate income and franchise taxes, sales and use taxes, gross receipts taxes, and other business taxes.
Matthew has defended audits and litigated state and local tax controversies in jurisdictions throughout the United States. He also provides sophisticated state tax planning advice and counsels clients on the potential state and local tax consequences of complex corporate transactions.
He frequently writes and speaks on state and local tax issues for leading industry publications and organizations, such as the Council on State Taxation and the Journal of State Taxation.
Prior to joining Lowenstein Sandler, Matthew worked for two Am Law 100 firms, where he focused on state and local tax issues. Before entering private practice, he served as an attorney for the Massachusetts Department of Revenue, where he litigated cases on behalf of the Commissioner of Revenue.