Worked at Feingold & Napoli, L.L.P. (New York, NY) specializing in Federal, State and Local Taxation. Admitted to the bar, 1985, New York and United States. Tax Court.
James Kent Scholar.
Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. Managing Editor, Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems, 1983-1984. Law Clerk to Judge Theodore Tannenwald, Junior, United States.
Tax Court, 1984-1985. Author: "The RRA '93 Relief for Workouts of Troubled Real Property Debt: Impact on S Corporations and Partnerships," 5 Journal of S Corporation Taxation 399, Spring, 1994. "Resolving the Class Struggle: New Proposed One-Class-of-Stock Regulations," 3 Journal of S Corporation Taxation 267, Spring, 1992.
"Both a Borrower and a Lender Be: The New "Self-Charged" Interest Rules," 3 Journal of S Corporation Taxation 194, Winter, 1992. Co-author: "New York Tax Rules May Reduce Corporate Loss Carryovers," N.Y.L.J., December 12, 1991. "Whither the Branches?," 44 Tax Law Review 205, Winter, 1989.
"Losses and the Partner: Toward a Rational Basis Standard," 3 Journal of Partnership Taxation 195, Fall, 1986. Pass-Through Entities Columnist, Journal of S Corporation Taxation, 1992. Member, Board of Advisors, Journal of Limited Liability Companies, 1994.
Member: New York State (Member, Section on Taxation) and American (Chair, Subcommittee on the Use of S Corporations in International Transactions, Section of Taxation) Bar Associations.