Joe has 40 years of experience in advocacy before the Legislature and numerous state departments and agencies. After graduating from law school, Joe started his career in the Harrisburg office of a major international law firm where he focused on state and local taxation, interactions with other state agencies, and lobbying. In 1990 Joe started his own law firm and practiced on his own or as a name partner in a boutique firm until he joined Milliron Goodman in 2021.
Joe is widely recognized for his understanding of the Pennsylvania legislative process and knowledge of the intricacies of state taxation and the Liquor Code, among other topics.
A founding Director of the Pennsylvania Association of Government Relations; past President and Chairman of the Board of the Capital Area Big Brothers Big Sisters, for which he still serves on the Board; a member of the Board of Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers; and the current President and Board Chair for the Burgess McCormac Foundation, Joe believes strongly in giving back professionally as well as to his community.
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