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Steptoe & Johnson LLP

201 E Washington St Ste 1600
Phoenix, AZ, 85004-2382

201 E Washington St Ste 1600
Phoenix, AZ, 85004-2382

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License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
AZActive 197907/08/2016
CAActive197405/23/2016
ORInactive197908/20/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Awards
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Best Lawyers in AmericaN/A2007
Best Lawyers in AmericaN/A2006
Best of the BarN/A2005
Best Lawyers in AmericaN/A2005
Best Lawyers in AmericaN/A2004
Best Lawyers in AmericaN/A2003
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Best Lawyers in AmericaN/A1999
Best Lawyers in AmericaN/A1998
Best Lawyers in AmericaN/A1997
Best Lawyers in AmericaN/A1996
Best Lawyers in AmericaN/A1995
Publications
Publication nameTitleDate
New Section 199 Domestic Production DeductionNew Section 199 Domestic Production Deduction2007
2006 Property Tax Legislation and Case Law2006 Property Tax Legislation and Case Law2007
Correcting Property Tax Errors: Notice of Error & Notice of Claim ProceduresCorrecting Property Tax Errors: Notice of Error & Notice of Claim Procedures2007
Government Property Lease Excise TaxGovernment Property Lease Excise Tax2007
The ‘Uniformity Clause’ - Requires That Similarly Situated Property Be Taxed The SameThe ‘Uniformity Clause’ - Requires That Similarly Situated Property Be Taxed The Same2007
Arizona Tax Update 2003-2005Arizona Tax Update 2003-20052006
Income Tax Nexus and Public Law 86-272 for Tax Executives InstituteIncome Tax Nexus and Public Law 86-272 for Tax Executives Institute2006
Income Taxation of Multi-State CorporationsIncome Taxation of Multi-State Corporations2005
Taxation of Design-Build ContractsLegislation Clarifies that Design Fees are Not Subject to the Arizona Transaction Privilege Tax Even When Undertaken by a Contractor2004
Education
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Southern California Law SchoolN/AN/AN/A

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