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Lawyer

Martin Maxwell Lore, American lawyer. Bar: Wisconsin 1936, New York 1946, District of Columbia 1947, Florida 1977, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1939; Certified Public Accountant, District of Columbia.

Background

Lore, Martin Maxwell was born on June 13, 1914 in Milwaukee. Son of Michael and Jean (Dinerstein) Lore.

Education

Bachelor, University of Wisconsin, 1934; Bachelor of Laws, University of Wisconsin, 1936; Master of Laws, Harvard, 1937; British Computer Society, Strayer College Accountancy, 1939.

Career

Associate, Rubin, Zabel & Ruppa, Milwaukee, 1936-1937; with, Office Undersec. Treasury, 1937-1938; special attorney office chief counsel, bureau, Internal Revenue Service, 1938-1940; trial counsel, Internal Revenue Service (New England division technical staff), 1940-1942; trial counsel, Internal Revenue Service (New York division), 1945-1947; tax counsel, Society of Jesus (Jesuit) Foosaner, Newark, 1947-1948; private law practice, New York City, 1948-1972; member firm, Zissu Lore Halper & Robson, New York City, 1972-1976; counsel, Zissu Lore Halper & Robson, 1976-1980; partner, Lore & Levy, New York City, since 1981. President of the board Federal Tax Forum, Inc.

Lecturer Tax Workshop, 1953-1955, law school St. John's U., 1954, Fairleigh Dickinson U., 1955-1956. Specialist federal tax matters, lecturer taxation New York University, 1946-1950, 65, Practising Law Institute, 1947-1948, Tax Institute, 1948, Pennsylvania State College, 1949-1950, U. West Virginia, U. San Francisco, 1951, State University of New York, Stony Brook, 1978-1979. Tax consultant Medical Economics.

President Estate Planning Council New York City, 1968-1969. Part-time employee Melnik & Karan, Milwaukee, 1933-1936.

Achievements

  • Bar: Wisconsin 1936, New York 1946, District of Columbia 1947, Florida 1977, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1939. Certified Public Accountant, District of Columbia.

Membership

Lieutenant Commander Office General Counsel, United States Naval Reserve, 1942-1944. Member American Bar Association (committee income taxation estates and trusts), New York State Bar Association, Association Bar City of New York (taxation committee, committee on trusts, estates and surrogate's courts), Federal Bar Association (chairman committee federal taxation), American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (secretary federal tax lawyers committee), District of Columbia Accountants, County Lawyers Association (taxation committee), Seawane Club (board governors), Lawyers Club (New York City), Harvard Club (New York City), Barristers (Washington).

Connections

Married Doris Silver, March 19, 1944. Children: Amy L. Kovner, Doctor Cathy Jo.

father:
Michael Lore

mother:
Jean (Dinerstein) Lore

spouse:
Doris Silver

child:
Doctor Cathy Jo Lore

child:
Amy L. Kovner Lore