Frank Crociata

Frank Crociata


Frank practices tax law, government affairs law, and Native American law.  His practice focuses primarily on state and local tax law, including the constitutional limitations on state taxation, corporate income and business activity taxes, sales taxes, property taxes and other excise taxes, such as state and federal motor fuel taxes.  His experience includes litigating tax protests and appeals before administrative agencies and courts in Arizona and New Mexico, as well as before the Internal Revenue Service, and advising clients on the state and local implications of business activities, structures, and transactions.  Frank also serves as a lobbyist for clients on state and local issues, including drafting legislation, testifying before legislative committees and developing advocacy strategies for clients and industry groups.

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  • University of Colorado, Boulder
    J.D., 2005
    Associate Editor, Law Review
    Order of the Coif
  • Duke University
    B.A., 1987