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July 28-31, 2021

Nick chairs property tax portion of 2021 IPT Reconnect Conference in Austin, TX.

View the Conference Sessions here

May 12, 2021

Property Taxes and Appeals: What Brokers Need to Know

In this MNCAR CE course, Property Tax Attorney Nick Furia provided an overview
of Minnesota’s property assessment, valuation, and taxation process as well as
the processes by which assessments and taxes can be appealed. Current valuation
issues impacting each major commercial property type, including industrial, office,
retail, and hotel, were also discussed.

January 2021

2021 Update on the Twin Cities Office Market and Workplace

In January 2021, Nick, along with Jaclyn May and Tom DeSautel from Cushman & Wakefield
and Christine Eid from Stinson LLP, presented a recap of the 2020 Minneapolis office market
and an outlook to 2021 for the Minnesota State Bar Association. Along with market insights
from two tenant rep office brokers, a real estate leasing attorney, Nick discussed how the leasing landscape
has and is changing, and the effect on real estate valuations and the future of property tax appeals,
this impactful presentation tackles the learnings of 2020 and how the office space and legal sector
will potentially be impacted in the future.

April 10, 2017

AIM Development (USA), LLC vs. Benton County

Represented by Nicholas Furia and Jeffrey McNaught, AIM Development (USA) wins their property tax appeal for a paper mill and hydroelectric dam owned by AIM Development (USA), LLC. The case involved the assessed market value of the property Benton County, MN Property Taxes and the decision resulted in a substantial property tax refund.
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July 13, 2015

Law 360 Article
Link to Law 360 Article summarizing Minneapolis attorney Nick Furia’s win
at Scott County, Minnesota property tax appeal trial for an international manufacturing
company resulting in a significant property tax refund.

July 9, 2015

Certain Teed Corporation vs. Scott County

Nick wins property tax appeal trial for international manufacturing company resulting in
$900,000 property tax refund. The case involved Scott County, Minnesota property taxes
payable in 2011-2014. The original property tax assessments for the manufacturing plant
were based on the County’s assessed market value of $16,000,000 each year. After a two-day
trial, the Minnesota Tax Court held that the correct market value for the property was
between $9,300,000 and $10,500,000 each year.

See the full court decision here.

July 7, 2014

For the fifth consecutive year, Nick is recognized as a Super Lawyers Rising Star.

Super Lawyers Rising Stars Announced.