Joseph practices in taxation, with specific experience in state and local contested matters, litigation and planning. He has successfully represented all types and sizes of taxpayers, including airlines, railroads, telecommunication companies, IT firms, corn and ethanol producers, seed and other agribusinesses, healthcare providers, manufacturers, developers, property managers, local businesses and individuals. Joseph’s representation of taxpayers has covered property tax, sales and use tax, transfer tax, and franchise and income tax disputes with the Wisconsin Department of Revenue, other states’ departments of revenue and local assessing authorities. He is a member of the Technology, Manufacturing & Transportation group.
Joseph is an adjunct professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Business, where he teaches all four courses required of students to obtain a Graduate Certificate in State and Local Taxation: Property Taxation, Multistate Income Taxation, Sales and Use Taxation, and Managing Audits. Joseph is the principal author of the Wisconsin Chapter of the American Bar Association’s Property Tax Deskbook, and is a frequent speaker and writer on all matters of state and local taxation.