Corey L. Rosenthal, JD, is a Tax Principal and the New York Office State and Local Tax (“SALT”) Practice Leader at CohnReznick.  Corey has more than 25 years of SALT experience, which includes income/franchise, sales and use, personal income, property, escheat, and employment-related tax issues. Corey has also been involved with multistate studies, restructuring of entities, and assistance with state audits – from pre-audit planning through negotiations and protest.  He has also developed stellar governmental relationships with the taxing authorities and he is a frequent speaker at SALT conferences. 

Prior to joining CohnReznick, Corey led the northeast SALT controversy practice at a Big Four firm. 

Corey previously chaired the sub-committees on corporate franchise and personal income taxes for the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants.  He is also an active member of the State and Local Tax Section of the New York State Bar Association.  A graduate of Brooklyn College with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting, Corey also received his Juris Doctor degree from Hofstra University School of Law.