Richard A. Capino
Principal, National Tax Department, Ernst & Young LLP, Adjunct Professor of Law
B.A., J.D., University of Maryland; M.B.A., Old Dominion
Professor Capino is a Principal in EY LLP's National Tax Department in Washington, D.C. Richard provides consultation and support services regarding a wide range of...Continue Reading
Professor Capino is a Principal in EY LLP's National Tax Department in Washington, D.C. Richard provides consultation and support services regarding a wide range of state and local tax and industry specific issues. Professor Capino has over twenty-five years of experience in the area of state and local taxation. He has consulted clients regarding a multitude of state and local tax issues. This includes addressing issues related to corporate income, franchise, sales and use, gross receipts, property, and employment taxes. He has represented clients in various state and local tax controversy matters. In addition, Richard has served as the Law Clerk for both the Maryland Tax Court and the Maryland Attorney General's Civil Litigation Division. He currently serves as a Faculty Member (Classroom and Distance Learning Option) in the Georgetown Law, State and Local Taxation Certificate Program. He has been a member of the Maryland and American Bar Associations. Professor Capino has served as a guest lecturer at the University of Baltimore and American University Masters of Taxation programs and has presented various state and local tax topics before the Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants, Multistate Tax Forum; Continuing Education for Certified Public Accounts (CPE); Tax Executives Institute (TEI); and Advanced State and Local Tax Institute: Georgetown University Law Center Continuing Legal Education. He has been published in the State and Local Tax Lawyer, Tax Management: Multistate Tax Report, The Journal of Multistate Taxation, Interstate Tax Highlights, and State Tax Notes Today. He has also served as a member of the Editorial Board of the State and Local Tax Lawyer, published by the Section of Taxation, American Bar Association. Previous courses include: Graduate Seminar: Comparative State and Federal Taxation, Graduate Honors Seminar: State and Local Taxation, Graduate Seminar: Current Issues State and Local Taxation, Independent Supervised Tax Topics Research, and Seminar: Introduction to State and Local Research.