Gallagher & Kennedy Announces Its Newest Shareholder, Frank Crociata

For Immediate Release


PHOENIX, Ariz. (January 22, 2020) – The law firm of Gallagher & Kennedy is pleased to announce that Frank Crociata has become the firm’s newest shareholder. His new position became effective on January 1, 2020.

Frank joined G&K in 2017, and practices tax law, government affairs, and Native American law. He is licensed to practice in both Arizona and New Mexico.

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, and before the Internal Revenue Service. Frank advises 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.

Before joining the legal profession, Frank had a decade-long career doing non-profit, social service work on Indian Reservations throughout the American West. Frank lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and enjoys cycling, music, and outdoor activities.