McNees Attorneys Randy L. Varner and Paul R. Morcom Co-Present “Assessment Law and Procedure in Pennsylvania” at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute Course

Saturday, June 18, 2016 - 11:55

HARRISBURG, PA (June 16, 2016) – Attorneys Randy L. Varner and Paul R. Morcom will co-present “Assessment Law and Procedure in Pennsylvania.”

The program will be held at three separate locations from 8:30 am to 12:45 pm: Mechanicsburg on July 18, 2016, at the PBI Conference Center 5080 Ritter Road, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055; Philadelphia on July 22, 2016, at the CLE Conference Center, Wanamaker Bldg., 10th FL, Ste. 1010 Juniper Street Entrance, Philadelphia, PA 19107; and on July 28, 2016, at the PBI Professional Development Conference Center, Heinz 57 Center 339 Sixth Ave., 7th Fl., Pittsburgh, PA 15222.

The course is approved for (3) hours of CLE Credit and (1) hour Ethics Credit. In addition, all attendees will receive Assessment Law & Procedure in Pennsylvania, 15th Edition, by Randy L. Varner and Paul R. Morcom.

Registration is $99 for Paralegal Attending w/ Attorney; $129 for Paralegal attending alone; $130 for Judge (admitted after 1/1/12); $130 for Judicial Law Clerk (admitted after 1/1/12); $140 for Judge; $140 for Judicial Law Clerk; $259 Member (admitted after 1/1/12); $279 Member (PBA or County Bar Assn); $299 for non-members. For more information or to register for the course, visit the PBI’s Online Course Catalog.

Randy L. Varner is Chair of the State and Local Tax Practice Group with the law firm of McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC.  His practice covers the depth and breadth of Pennsylvania taxes, including Corporate Net Income, Capital Stock/Foreign Franchise, Sales and Use, Personal Income, and Gross Receipts.  Randy devotes a substantial part of his practice to local taxes, particularly real estate tax assessment, business privilege and mercantile taxes.

Paul is Of Counsel with the law firm of McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC. He represents commercial and industrial entities in all areas of state and local taxation, focusing on local property taxes and real estate assessment appeals, as well as state corporate net income, capital stock/foreign franchise, sales and use, PURTA, and gross receipts taxes. He has worked at the Board of Finance and Revenue and has interned at the Office of Attorney General Tax Litigation Section. He has extensive experience before the Pennsylvania Board of Appeals, Pennsylvania Board of Finance and Revenue, county boards of assessment appeals, county courts of common pleas and the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania.

The “Assessment Law and Procedure in Pennsylvania” course will allow you to catch up on all of the new developments, fine-tune your skills and learn the ins and outs of real estate tax assessment practice.