Jason M. Penighetti

Email: JPenighetti@taxcert.com

Admitted to Practice

New Jersey State Bar, 2002.
New York State Bar, 2003.


State University of New York at Albany (B.A. 1999).

Hofstra University School of Law (J.D. 2002); Member of Phi Alpha Delta. Research Editor, Hofstra Labor and Employment Law Journal.

Practice Areas

Tax Certiorari; State and Local Taxation; Eminent Domain; Real Property Litigation; Municipal Zoning.

Professional Associations

Nassau County (Member, Committee on Tax Certiorari and Condemnation, 2003-), New York State, New Jersey State and American Bar Associations.


  • “Environmental Contamination Reduces Market Value” Author, Northeast Real Estate Business, August/September 2019;
  • “How The New Tax Law Affects Property Taxes” Author, Northeast Real Estate Business, March/April 2018;
  • “Tax Exemptions Draw Scrutiny” Author, Northeast Real Estate Business, May 2017;
  • “Superstorm Sandy’s Impact on Property Taxes” Co-Author, Northeast Real Estate, November/December 2016;
  • “Recovery Complicates Retail Property Tax” Co-Author, Heartland Real Estate Business, June 2016;
  • Panelist: “Real Estate Taxes: Seeking Relief”, Nassau County Bar Association, October 15, 2007;
  • “The Condemnation Clause of the Lease – Frequently Overlooked” Co-Author, Government, Law and Policy Journal, Spring 2007, Vol. 9, No. 1;
  • “Discoverability of Prior Appraisals in Eminent Domain: An Evolving Issue”, Suffolk Lawyer, May 2006;
  • “Environmental Claims”, Condemnation Law and Procedures, published by the N.Y.S. Bar Association 2005;
  • Eminent Domain Procedure Law Practitioner’s Perspective, Matthew Bender, 2004;
  • Court of Claims Act Practitioner’s Perspective, Matthew Bender, 2004;
  • “Condemnation, Compensation & Contamination: The Big C’s of Eminent Domain”, Suffolk Lawyer, November 2003; Nassau Lawyer, November 2003.