Anthony Giglio Partner
- University of Pittsburgh (B.S. 1988)
- Cleveland-Marshall College of Law (J.D. 1991)
Anthony Giglio is a partner with Andrews & Price practicing in the areas of general real estate law and real estate tax litigation. Mr. Giglio received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics from the University of Pittsburgh in 1988 and his Juris Doctor Degree from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland State University in 1991. He was admitted to practice in Pennsylvania in 1991.
Mr. Giglio specializes in litigating real estate tax assessment appeals for residential, commercial and industrial properties located throughout western Pennsylvania. These appeals are litigated from the administrative level of Boards of Assessment Appeals to Courts of Common Pleas in Allegheny County and surrounding counties. He has also litigated legal issues relating to taxation of public utility real estate before the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania.
Since being admitted to the Bar, Mr. Giglio has litigated cases involving commercial properties such as banks, fast food restaurants, supermarkets, convenience stores, office complexes, hotels, golf courses, manufacturing facilities and warehouses, among others, in assessment appeals before Boards and Courts. Mr. Giglio currently represents the interests of a number of taxing jurisdictions in all phases of assessment appeal and other taxation litigation.
Mr. Giglio has also litigated a variety of exemption matters, including issues relating to non-profit organizations, hospitals, Pennsylvania housing authorities and Clean & Green issues. He has assisted in preparing and administering legislation concerning real estate tax abatements authorized by the Local Economic Revitalization Tax Assistance Act (LERTA) and the New Home Construction Local Tax Abatement Act (Act 202).
Other areas of real estate practice include delinquent property tax collection, eminent domain litigation, zoning issues and issues relating to realty transfer taxes. Mr. Giglio has also incorporated non-profit corporations and obtained Section 501(c)(3) tax status for charitable institutions. Mr. Giglio also handles matters relating to copyright protection for written works.