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Ohio

Ohio Supreme Court

Bd. of Educ. of the Warrensville Heights City Sch. Dist. v. Cuyahoga Cnty. Bd. of Revision, 145 Ohio St. 3d 115, 2016-Ohio-78, 47 N.E.3d 144, 2016 Ohio LEXIS 64 (Ohio 2016)

Represented taxpayer in an appeal seeking appraisal value of horse racetrack of $13.8M and defending against school board’s appeal to increase value to $43M based on bankruptcy sale.  The Ohio Supreme Court approved the Ohio BTA’s determination and ruled in favor of taxpayer’s appraisal value.

 

Ohio Board of Tax Appeals

Warrensville Heights City Sch. Dist. Bd. of Educ. v. Cuyahoga Cnty. Bd. of Revision, 2015 Ohio Tax LEXIS 1747 (Ohio B.T.A. Mar. 24, 2015)

Represented taxpayer in an appeal seeking appraisal value of horse racetrack of $16.3M and defending against school board’s appeal to increase value to $43M based on bankruptcy sale.  The BTA ruled in favor of taxpayer approving the appraisal value.

Hamilton Rd. Senior Hous. LP v. Franklin Cnty. Bd. of Revision, 2015 Ohio Tax LEXIS 3641 (Ohio B.T.A. Sept. 17, 2015)

Represented taxpayer in appeal of value of low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) property, which was remanded to county board of revision.  Board of revision approved taxpayer’s appraisal value, which resulted in over $300,000 in tax savings.

City Forest of Springfield Ltd. P’ship v. Clark County Bd. of Revision, 2014 Ohio Tax LEXIS 2949 (Ohio B.T.A. May 9, 2014)

Represented taxpayer in appeal of value of low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) property.  BTA approved taxpayer’s appraisal value, which resulted in over $150,000 in tax savings.

ABF Freight Sys. v. Montgomery County Bd. of Revision, 2014 Ohio Tax LEXIS 2344 (Ohio B.T.A. Apr. 14, 2014)

Represented taxpayer in appeal of value of industrial property, which resulted in tax savings of nearly $100,000.

Bd. of Educ. v. Cuyahoga County Bd. of Revision, 2014 Ohio Tax LEXIS 1542 (Ohio B.T.A. Mar. 6, 2014)

Represented taxpayer in an appeal seeking appraisal value of horse racetrack of $13.8M and defending against school board’s appeal to increase value to $43M based on bankruptcy sale.  The BTA ruled in favor of taxpayer approving the appraisal value.