301 Grant Street, 20th Floor
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15219
Chuck focuses his practice on federal, state and local taxation. He also advises clients on matters involving energy, natural resources, sports and estates and trusts. Chuck represents clients on a variety of legal issues including:
Developing strategies to minimize state and local tax matters including restructuring
Assists clients with state tax return matters, audits, administrative state tax appeals and appeals of state tax matters
Organized oil and gas drilling programs and assists in other oil and gas production matters
Advising high-net-worth individuals on tax planning and compliance
|Areas of Practice||1) Tax Planning and 2) Energy|
|Law School||University of Pittsburgh School of Law (J.D.,1973)|
|Education||Monmouth College (B.A.,1968)|
|Bar Member / Association||Pennsylvania State Bar Association|
|Most recent firm||Tucker Arensberg, P.C.|
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