Gregory A. Nowak, JD
Gregory Nowak is one of Michigan's leading experts on state and local tax issues. With more than 20 years’ experience, he focuses his practice on both structural tax planning and state tax controversy matters.
Throughout his career, he has represented many major companies on multistate tax matters including clients in the manufacturing, retail, and transportation industries. Greg has litigated and negotiated issues involving all of Michigan's major taxes and has played an active advisory role in most of the significant Michigan tax controversies in recent years. He served as a technical advisor to the House Taxation Committee in 2007-2008 in connection with drafting the Michigan Business Tax, which replaced the Michigan Single Business Tax, as well as an advisor to Governor Rick Snyder's administration in 2010-2011 in developing the corporate income tax.
He is past chair of the Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants.