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Chod v. Montgomery County Board of Appeals
Circuit Court for Montgomery County, Case No. 398704-V: On behalf of a local commercial property owner, Ms. Feuerherd challenged the Water Quality Protection Charge (also known as a “rain tax”), through the administrative appeals process to a successful appeal in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County.
Montgomery County v. Phillips
445 Md. 55 (2015): Before the Court of Appeals of Maryland, Ms. Feuerherd briefed and argued on behalf of owners of a family farm, and persuaded a majority of the Court that Montgomery County overcharged its farmland transfer tax in violation of the state tax cap.