Josh Veith Named Vice Chair of SALT Committee of Texas Bar Assn.’s Tax Section

September 17, 2019

AUSTIN, Texas – Ryan Law Firm, PLLC, is proud to announce that Josh Veith has been named a Vice Chair of the SALT Committee within the Tax Section of the Texas Bar Association.

“I am honored and excited to become a part of the SALT committee,” said Veith. “The opportunity to work with other pillars of the Texas SALT community and prepare comments to rules proposed by the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts will give me and my colleagues at Ryan Law new insights into resolving SALT problems throughout Texas.”

Veith, licensed in Pennsylvania and Texas, received his SALT Certificate and LLM in Tax Law from Georgetown University, where he graduated “with distinction.” Before joining Ryan Law in 2016, Veith clerked for the Honorable Mary Hannah Leavitt, President Judge of the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania. Veith is also currently a member of the Planning Committee for the Institute of Professionals in Taxation’s annual Sales and Use Tax Symposium. Veith has held this position since 2017.

“Josh is a valuable asset to Ryan Law, and I am very excited to see where his career takes him. He has always had impeccable attention to detail and I am thrilled he is taking on more responsibility within the SALT Committee,” said Doug Sigel, Practice Group Leader of Sales and Income Tax for Ryan Law.

Veith currently lives in Buda, Texas with his wife, Trista, and two daughters, and is looking forward to becoming a graduate of the 2020 Tax Section of Texas Bar Association’s Leadership Academy.