Bousquet Holstein PLLC is pleased to announce that Casey A. Johnson has been elected as Member of the firm.
Casey joined Bousquet Holstein in 2014, and divides his time providing legal counsel in dual citizenship matters, as counsel to clients in the Brownfield Tax Credit Program, and advising in Title IX matters. He also works with the firm’s Bankruptcy Practice Group.
He has extensive experience helping clients navigate through the dual citizenship process, including obtaining releases of New York State and New York City certified vital records, obtaining “one and the same person” court orders, and obtaining orders to direct the amendment of vital records. He has works with the firm’s Brownfield clients, focusing on the tax incentives available through the NYS Brownfield Cleanup Program. He is experienced in preparing Brownfield Tax Credit Claims, responding to subsequent desk audits to help clients get their claims approved, and challenging disallowances when needed. For those involved in sexual harassment or assault proceedings on a college campus, Casey can help navigate the Title IX process.
Prior to joining Bousquet Holstein, Casey was a Staff Attorney for the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York. He has also served as a Law Clerk for the Honorable Andrew T. Baxter, U.S. Magistrate Judge, and as a Law Clerk for the Honorable Margaret Cangilos-Ruiz, U.S. Bankruptcy Court.
Casey is a graduate of Cornell University Law School and earned his Bachelor of Arts from Brigham Young University. He currently serves as Chair of the Board of Directors of Interfaith Works and is Immediate Past Chair of the Syracuse Opera Board of Directors. Casey is also a past President and Board Member of the Central New York Bankruptcy Bar Association.