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Suffolk County Bar Association's Condemnation and Tax Certiorari Committee.

Jay M. Herman, senior partner in the Melville law firm Herman Katz Cangemi & Clyne LLP, has been appointed co-chair of the Suffolk County Bar Association's Condemnation and Tax Certiorari Committee for 2015-2016.

Herman will co-chair the panel, which focuses on issues related to real property valuation litigation, with John C. Bivona, a State Supreme Court Justice in Suffolk.

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Herman previously served as chairman of the Nassau County Bar Association's Committee on Tax Certiorari and Condemnation Law and as vice chairman of the Suffolk County Bar Association's Committee on Tax Certiorari and Condemnation Law.

With almost four decades of extensive trial experience, Herman has handled and argued complex appeals affecting tax certiorari and condemnation valuation issues.

He began his career as an assistant county attorney and a deputy county attorney in the Office of the County Attorney of Nassau County, Tax Certiorari and Condemnation Bureau.

He also was an assistant corporation counsel for the Law Department of the City of New York in the Tax Certiorari Department.

Prior to forming HKCC 10 years ago, he was a partner at two prominent Long Island firms.

He received his law degree in 1976 from Case Western Reserve University School of Law in Cleveland, Ohio, and a Bachelor of Arts Degree magna cum laude in 1976 from Hofstra University.

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Date:Aug 26, 2015
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