Paul D. Bancroft
Areas of Practice
- LL.M., Taxation, Georgetown University Law Center
- J.D., with honors, University of San Francisco School of Law
Paul focuses his practice on state and local taxation, including property tax, sales and use tax, transient lodging tax, net proceeds of mines tax, and real property transfer tax. He provides advice and representation to clients on the application of taxes imposed by the state of Nevada and its local governments, and on the tax treatment of proposed developments and transactions. Paul also represents clients in tax audits, administrative appeals, and in litigation seeking review of agency action. He regularly represents owners before the county and state boards of equalization, as well as the Nevada Tax Commission.
Paul assists clients in shaping Nevada’s tax laws through legislation and the regulatory rulemaking process that implements legislation. The American Property Tax Counsel has designated Paul as a professional representative for the state of Nevada.
Awards and Recognition
Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Peer Review Rated
- Member, Washoe County Bar Association
- Member, State Bar of Nevada
- Member, State Bar of California
- Member, American Bar Association
- Nevada Representative, American Property Tax Counsel
Reno: Growth and Opportunity in a Low-Tax Environment
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Reno Tax Landscape Encourages Growth and Opportunity
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What’s the Property Tax Outlook in Las Vegas?
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