Maryann Gall

Maryann B. Gall is a former tax partner with Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue, resident in the Columbus, Ohio office. Mrs. Gall's practice concentrated in the areas of state and local taxation with emphasis on tax litigation. 

Mrs. Gall was an Assistant Attorney General in the Taxation Section of the Ohio Attorney General's Office from 1971 until 1974, when she was appointed Chief of the Taxation Section. When she represented the Ohio Tax Commissioner, she argued over 50 cases before the Supreme Court of Ohio. 

From 1975 to 1976, she was Chief Counsel to the Ohio Attorney General. Thereafter, she has been in private practice, and since 1983, has been a partner at Jones Day, specializing in state tax matters. She is the editor of Banks Baldwin Law Publishing Company's Ohio Tax Service, a quarterly Ohio tax publication, and serves as the editor of the Taxation Chapter (Title 57) of the Ohio Revised Code. Mrs. Gall is a member of the CCH State Tax Advisory Board, the Board of the New York University Institute on State & Local Taxation, and the National Institute on State & Local Taxation. She is a frequent lecturer for the Committee on State Taxation, the Institute of Property Taxation, and Tax Executives Institute.

Education:
J.D., Ohio State University College of Law (1970) with honors
Ohio State University (1967) 

Bloomberg BNA Tax Management Portfolios:
1590 T.M., Recovery of Attorney's Fees in State Tax Controversies (co-author)