Edward J. Bernert concentrates his practice in the area of state and local taxes, with a particular emphasis on the major Ohio taxes affecting businesses and business owners – sales and use, financial institution, personal income, commercial activity and real property taxes. He represents national companies concerning Ohio tax matters related to compliance, planning and tax legislation.
Ted is chair of the State and Local Tax Committee of the American Bar Association Tax Section, and is a past chair of both the Ohio State Bar Association Taxation Committee and the State and Local Tax Section of the Columbus Bar Association.
Ted was appointed by the governor to the Ohio Business Gateway Steering Committee to address the continued development of an electronic link for filing taxes and other matters affecting business.
He also serves as a member of the Ohio Chamber of Commerce Taxation Committee. Ted is an adjunct professor of state and local taxes at the Capital University Law and Graduate Center, and served as chief editor of Ohio Tax Review, formerly published by the center.
Experience : Deals regularly with various tax department officials upon audit or administrative appeals. He has an active tax litigation practice before the Ohio Board of Tax Appeals and upon appeal to the courts, including the Supreme Court of Ohio.
J.D., The Ohio State University Michael E. Moritz College of Law, 1977