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