Daniel Pollak focuses his practice on state and local taxation, primarily representing taxpayers and municipalities on real estate tax appeals before the Tax Court of New Jersey and county boards of taxation. His representation of taxpayers includes the owners of virtually all categories of income-producing properties including: shopping centers, hotels, offices, apartment buildings, banks, and country clubs. He also represents condominium complexes and owners of large single-family residential properties. He has also in the past represented the City of Orange, Town of Kearny, Township of Hillside, Township of Clark, Township of Freehold, and Township of Deptford in the defense of tax appeals. In addition, Dan has also handled claims for mansion tax refunds and condemnation and other matters involving real estate valuation proceedings.
- U.S. Postal Services v. Town of Kearny, 21 N.J.Tax 78 (App.Div. 2002)
- U.S. Postal Service v. Town of Kearny, 19 N.J.Tax 282 (Tax 2001)
- Consolidated Rail Corp. v. State, Director of Div. of Taxation, 19 N.J.Tax 378 (App.Div. 2001)
- Consolidated Rail Corp. v. State Director, Division of Taxation, 18 N.J.Tax 291 (Tax 1999)
ADDITIONAL NOTEWORTHY INFORMATION
Dan is a former law clerk to the Honorable David B. Follender of the New Jersey Superior Court.