Amy Nogid represents clients in all stages of state and local tax—from multistate tax planning and restructuring through voluntary disclosures, as well as in audit defense, settlement and litigation. She advocates for clients at the administrative, trial and appellate levels up to the U.S. Supreme Court. Her clients include Fortune 500 companies and startups involved in emerging technologies.
Amy provides clients extensive knowledge of a broad range of taxes, including income, franchise, sales and use, excise and other transaction-based taxes, with in-depth understanding of nexus (economic, affiliate and attributional), addback statutes, apportionment and sales tax issues related to emerging industries. She also advises industry-leading clients across the country in unclaimed property matters, such as the treatment of virtual payables, gift cards, uncashed rebates and payroll cards.
Prior to joining Eversheds Sutherland (US), Amy was a state and local tax attorney in the New York office of a large, international law firm. Her previous experience includes serving as an assistant chief in the Tax and Bankruptcy Division of the New York City Law Department. She also spent several years in public accounting.
Awards and Rankings
Recognized by The Legal 500 United States in the area of U.S. taxes: non-contentious (2016)
Chair, Income Tax Committee, 2016 Annual Conference, Institute for Professionals in Taxation
Member, Tax Section, New York State Bar Association
Member, State Tax Section, New York City Bar Association
Member, Income Tax Section, Institute for Professional in Taxation