Ryan C.

Tax Certiorari & Condemnation


Uniondale & Hauppauge

T: 516-227-0701

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About Ryan

Ryan C. Hild has extensive experience in the specialized field of real property valuation, appeal and advocacy, on behalf of commercial property owners in all aspects of real property tax litigation and condemnation law.

Throughout his career, Ryan has been known for successfully litigating complex commercial property tax appeals in various jurisdictions throughout New York State, obtaining property tax refunds and reductions for a wide array of property types. This includes national and local retail chains, big box stores, shopping centers, institutional banks, office, industrial and manufacturing plants, warehousing, golf and country clubs, multi-family residential, nursing and assisted living facilities, condominiums and cooperatives. Ryan has handled cases in Counties, Towns, Villages and Cities throughout the New York region, including Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, up through the Hudson Valley. He has represented property owners before the tax commission of the City of New York.  Additionally, Ryan has represented property owners in Eminent Domain proceedings.

Ryan advises national and local property owners on property tax matters and offers practical management guidance. He also consults on the real estate tax consequences of acquisitions, sales, leasing, exemptions and abatements, and municipal tax incentives, including payments-in-lieu-of-taxes (PILOT) agreements and representation before Industrial Development Agency (IDA) Boards.

Ryan earned his law degree from New York Law School. A member of the Nassau County Bar Association, Suffolk County Bar Association and Westchester Bar Association, Ryan is an active member of the Tax Certiorari Committee for each of those organizations. He is a member in the Institute for Professionals in Taxation (IPT).

Prior to joining Farrell Fritz, Ryan practiced at Koeppel, Martone & Leistman, L.L.C., a highly regarded firm devoted exclusively to the practice of Tax Certiorari and Condemnation.


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  • New York Law School
  • Quinnipiac University

Bar Admissions

  • New York
  • Connecticut

Affiliations & Appointments

  • Fort Salonga Civic Association, Director - Smithtown Affairs
  • Hauppauge Industrial Association, Member
  • Institute for Professionals in Taxation (IPT), Member
  • Kings Park Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Redevelopment Committee, Member
  • Nassau County Bar Association, Tax Certiorari & Condemnation Committee, Member
  • Smithtown Chamber of Commerce, Young Professionals Committee, Member
  • St. James Chamber of Commerce, Member
  • Suffolk County Bar Association, Tax Certiorari & Condemnation Committee
  • Westchester County Bar Association, Tax Certiorari & Condemnation Committee
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Articles & Advisories

Nassau County Commercial Real Property Tax Alert

Annual Survey of Income and Expenses – ASIE-2022 Pursuant to the Nassau County Administrative Code, Section 6-30, the Nassau County…

March 02, 2023

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Long Island Real Property Tax Alert

Nassau County Assessment Grievance Filing Deadline Extended to April 3, 2023. The last day to file a grievance to protest…

February 28, 2023

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People on the Move: Ryan C. Hild, Farrell Fritz, P.C.

Ryan C. Hild has joined Farrell Fritz as a Partner in its Tax Certiorari & Condemnation Group. After spending sixteen…

December 12, 2022

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Press Releases

Ryan C. Hild Joins Farrell Fritz’s Tax Certiorari Group as Partner

Farrell Fritz is pleased to welcome Ryan C. Hild to its Uniondale office as a partner in the tax certiorari…

November 14, 2022

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Community Work

Ryan is involved with a variety of organizations, giving time and support to the community. These organizations include: Angels Without Faces; Angela’s House; Beacon House; Smithtown Historical Society; Kings Park Heritage Museum; The Huntington Townwide Fund; and, American Legion Post 944. Ryan has also served as Fundraising Director for the Swing for Kids Golf Tournament (2016) and Holy Family Regional School Golf Tournament (2018-2020).