Katie Quinn is a partner in the Tax Practice Group at Jones Walker. She advises businesses across the country on state and local tax planning and tax controversy matters.
Katie advises multinational, national, and regional businesses, as well as high-net-worth individuals, on the full spectrum of state and local tax matters. Katie understands how tax strategies fit into her clients’ broader business goals and offers practical, actionable advice to help ensure compliance and resolve disputes with tax authorities. Based in Jones Walker’s New York office, Katie has advised clients on state and local tax issues in all 50 states, with a special focus on the tri-state area: New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.
Katie has represented clients at every stage of state and local tax controversies, including audits, administrative hearings, trials, and administrative and judicial appeals. She routinely represents clients before the New York State Division of Tax Appeals, the New York City Division of Tax Appeals, and state tax tribunals and courts from coast to coast. Katie’s clients have interests, investments, and operations across a wide range of industries, including financial services, private equity, technology, retail, and media and entertainment. She also has particular experience in advising art galleries, dealers, and collectors on state tax issues involving the purchase and sale of fine art.
Katie advises clients on all state and local taxes, including income taxes and sales and use taxes. A powerful advocate, she helps companies and industry organizations work with legislators and regulators across the country to develop effective, business-oriented tax laws and policy.
Katie regularly speaks at national conferences — including events sponsored by the Council on State Taxation and the Tax Executives Institute — and is a go-to resource for journalists reporting on developments in state and local tax law. She regularly publishes articles in legal and business journals and is co-author of a highly regarded primer on New Jersey state taxes.
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