Tim focuses his practice in the state and local tax area. His work primarily involves New York State and New York City tax litigation and controversy. Over the past 20 years, he has handled more than 1,000 personal income tax, sales tax, corporate tax, or other New York tax audits. Tim also has handled about 100 cases in New York’s Division of Tax Appeals. Tim leads the firm’s New York State Residency Practice and he is one of the leading practitioners in this area of the law. He has handled some of the most highprofile residency cases in New York over the past decade, including a 2014 win in the Gaied case, one of the first New York residency cases to ever reach New York’s highest court. Tim also co-authored the 2018 edition of the CCH Residency and Allocation Audit Handbook and Contesting New York State Tax Assessments--Fourth Edition, published by the New York State Bar Association. He is often quoted by media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and Forbes, on residency and other state tax issues. As the “Noonan” in “Noonan’s Notes,” a monthly column in State Tax Notes, Tim is a nationally recognized author and speaker on state tax issues. And in 2018, he was appointed to the Advisory Board of Tax Analysts' State Tax Notes. In addition to the CCH Residency and Allocation Audit Handbook, Tim has served as a contributing author or editor for several other tax publications and treatises, including the American Bar Association's Sales and Use Tax Deskbook, the "New York Sales Tax Guide" published by practicallaw.com, the corporate apportionment chapter in Thomson Reuters’ Checkpoint Analyst, the New York chapter of LexisNexis’s Practice Insights, and the New York Tax Litigation chapter in Thomson Reuters’ Commercial Litigation in New York State Courts treatise. He has also written more than 150 articles in state and local tax publications around the country over the past several years.