Kevin Wolfberg is a partner with Schain, Burney, Banks & Kenny, Ltd. where he practices in the areas of government relations, state and local taxation, land use, zoning, economic incentives and municipal law.
Mr. Wolfberg represents developers, land owners and Illinois municipalities in all aspects of land use, zoning and economic incentives. He also represents a wide range of corporate and individual clients on state and local tax matters including sales tax planning, audit assistance, identifying and securing sales tax overpayments and nexus and exposure studies.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Wolfberg served as a Multistate Tax Manager for a big four accounting firm and has been involved in state and local taxes since 1995. While in public accounting, he resolved clients’ tax controversies with various state, county and municipal governments and specialized in the real estate and construction industries.
Mr. Wolfberg co-authored the "Sales and Use Tax" Chapter in the 2004 Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education handbook on Illinois State and Local Taxation.
As an Adjunct Professor at the John Marshall Law School, he teaches State and Local Taxation and is a frequent speaker on sales and use tax issues.
Government relations, state and local taxation, land use, zoning, economic incentives and municipal law
LLM, Taxation, 1999, The John Marshall Law School
JD, 1999, The John Marshall Law School
BA, 1994, Indiana University Bloomington
Illinois Bar Association
Chicago Bar Association
Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce
International Council of Shopping Centers
Taxpayers Federation of Illinois