Provided by David R Cassidy
David Cassidy serves as of counsel in the firm's Baton Rouge office. He is a Board Certified Specialist in Tax Law. His primary area of practice is state and local taxes. He represents taxpayers before local Boards of Review and the Louisiana Tax Commission in ad valorem cases and the Board of Tax Appeals, federal and state district courts, and both Louisiana’s appellate courts and Supreme Court in all areas of state and local taxes including income, franchise, sales and use, and severance taxes.
Mr. Cassidy is also one of the original members of the editorial board of The Journal of Multistate Taxation and Incentives which Thomson Reuters began publishing in 1991. His most recent articles for that publication covered a New Orleans occupational license tax and Louisiana’s recent amendments to its reprocessing exclusion. “New Orleans Tax on Dealers of Alcoholic Beverages Held Constitutional License Tax,” Journal of Multistate Taxation and Incentives (Thomson Reuters/Tax & Accounting), Volume 28, Number 7, October 2018 and “Louisiana's Reprocessing Exclusion,” Journal of Multistate Taxation and Incentives (Thomson Reuters/Tax & Accounting), Volume 27, Number 9, January 2018.