As this year’s filing deadline of Feb. 15, 2022 approaches, those representing nonprofit organizations with California properties may wish to determine whether their clients are eligible for any applicable exemption, and to make sure to file the appropriate claim.

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Photo of Bradley R. Marsh Bradley R. Marsh

Bradley R. Marsh is Co-Managing Shareholder of the San Francisco office and focuses his practice on tax controversy matters, including property, sales, payroll, business license, employment, franchise, parcel, district, documentary transfer, transient occupancy, utility user, income, parking, gift and estate taxes. He serves…

Bradley R. Marsh is Co-Managing Shareholder of the San Francisco office and focuses his practice on tax controversy matters, including property, sales, payroll, business license, employment, franchise, parcel, district, documentary transfer, transient occupancy, utility user, income, parking, gift and estate taxes. He serves as a co-chair of the State and Local Tax (SALT) Practice. Brad represents clients in audits, litigation and administrative hearings, as well as analyzing transactions and business models, and developing strategies for legislative resolutions.

Photo of Cris K. O'Neall Cris K. O'Neall

Cris K. O’Neall focuses his practice on ad valorem property tax and assessment counseling and litigation (appeal hearings and trials). For over 25 years, he has represented a variety of California taxpayers in equalization proceedings before county assessment appeals boards, the State Board…

Cris K. O’Neall focuses his practice on ad valorem property tax and assessment counseling and litigation (appeal hearings and trials). For over 25 years, he has represented a variety of California taxpayers in equalization proceedings before county assessment appeals boards, the State Board of Equalization, the Superior Court, the California Court of Appeal, and the California Supreme Court.

The clients Cris has served include owners of the following property types:

  • Healthcare (hospitals, skilled nursing and assisted living facilities, medical office buildings)
  • Hospitality (hotels and resorts)
  • Entertainment and recreation (entertainment venues, theme parks, golf courses, ski areas)
  • Retail (shopping centers, department stores)
  • Energy and natural resources (oil refineries, power plants, oil and gas fields, pipelines, quarries, service stations)
  • Public properties (airport concessions, port terminals, marinas, U.S. Forest Service land)
  • Food processing plants and distribution facilities/warehouses
  • Machinery & equipment, personal property (jet aircraft, harbor cranes)
Natalie Mackary

Natalie Mackary is an Associate in the Tax Practice in Greenberg Traurig’s Orange County office. Natalie advises clients ranging from high-net-worth individuals to Fortune 500 companies on complex state and local tax issues. Her practice includes representing clients in administrative hearings and appeals…

Natalie Mackary is an Associate in the Tax Practice in Greenberg Traurig’s Orange County office. Natalie advises clients ranging from high-net-worth individuals to Fortune 500 companies on complex state and local tax issues. Her practice includes representing clients in administrative hearings and appeals, as well as in litigation at both the trial and appellate level.