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Legal merger creates tax authority

Wilkes Law Group is merging with Herman Katz Cangemi & Clyne, LLP (HKCC).

The new firm is Herman Katz Cangemi Wilkes & Clyne, LLP (HKCWC), and will maintain offices in in midtown Manhattan, Long Island and Westchester.

Jay M. Herman and Bob Katz founded the forerunner to the current HKCC firm in 2005, with the single thought of providing unparalleled property tax related services to their clients.

Soon after, Andy Cangemi merged his client base into the firm. Kevin M. Clyne joined the firm in 2006, and Jennifer Hower in 2013.

David C. Wilkes opened his private practice in 2000 in partnership with Jean Huff, after years serving as property tax Special Counsel to several large New York municipalities.

“This merger creates one of the strongest property tax firms in the region and offers clients comprehensive real estate services with the leading attorneys in the field,” said senior partner Jay Herman.

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