Peter Hull focuses his practice on a full range of state and local tax-related matters, including sales and use, franchise, gross receipts, and property taxes. He is experienced in advising clients in state and local tax controversy matters from audit through appellate litigation.
Peter has published articles in State Tax Notes, Bloomberg Tax, and Tax Law360 on a variety of topics such as digital advertising taxes, alternative apportionment methods, and statutory residency.
Before joining Blank Rome, Peter worked for a leading international law firm where he also focused on state and local tax issues.
During law school, he served as a member of the Tulane Maritime Law Journal, as a judicial intern to the Honorable Chief Judge Brian A. Jackson of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana, and as an extern for the Internal Revenue Service, Office of Chief Counsel.