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Jeremy is a counsel in Reed Smith's State Tax group based in the firm's Washington, D.C. office. He has represented clients in all stages of tax controversies in dozens of jurisdictions nationwide. Although most of his success for clients occurs behind the scenes at the administrative level, Jeremy has litigated numerous cases in state and federal courts and filed petitions for certiorari and amicus curiae briefs for clients in the Supreme Court of the United States. Jeremy also advises clients on state tax planning, M&A, escheat, and business aviation matters.


  • New York University School of Law, 2009, LL.M., Taxation
  • Seton Hall University School of Law, 2006, J.D., cum laude, Interscholastic Moot Court Board; Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program in Newark, NJ
  • Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, 2003, B.S., Administration of Justice; Political Science minor, High Honors, Dean's List

  • District of Columbia
  • New Jersey
  • New York

  • U.S. Supreme Court
  • U.S. Tax Court
  • U.S. Court of Appeals - Second Circuit

  • Chair, DC Bar Tax Section, State and Local Tax Committee (incoming Chair 2018 - 2019)
  • Member, Bloomberg State Tax Advisory Board
  • Member, Comptroller of Maryland's Business Advisory Council
  • Past Virginia Bar Association Tax Section Liaison
  • Associate Member, The J. Edgar Murdock American Inn of Court (Tax Law) 
  • Member, Unclaimed Property Professionals Organization
  • Member, National Business Aviation Association

  • Honorable Juan F. Vazquez, U.S. Tax Court

Notable Quotes

  • 26 January 2021 “SCOTUS Invites Solicitor General’s Input in Remote Worker Tax Suit” Tax Notes 
  • April 2019 “2019 Survey of State Tax Departments” Bloomberg Tax
  • 6 August 2018 “Resistance To Remote Tax Post-Wayfair Unlikely To Succeed” Law360 
  • 13 July 2018  “5 State Tax Policy Issues To Watch In 2nd Half of 2018” Law 360
  • 28 June 2018 "Battle Over State Income Tax Nexus Lurks In Post-Wayfair Era" Law360
  • 30 April 2018 "Multinationals Focus More on State Taxes as Result of Federal Law" Bloomberg BNA