About Tax Litigation Blog

Join some of Fox's top Tax attorneys as they discuss current tax cases and tax doctrines, as applied by the courts and the Internal Revenue Service for CPA's and attorneys who have an interest and/or need for a tax litigator.

About the Authors

Jerald David August, Esquire, is a Partner and Co-chair of the Firm’s Tax & Estates Department, resident in the West Palm Beach office. Jerry’s nationally recognized taxation experience includes federal tax matters, federal transfer taxation, tax litigation and tax controversy, corporate and partnership taxation, and estate planning for owners of closely-held businesses.

 

Michael S. Goodman, Esquire  Michael’s practice focuses on: estate planning and administration, planning for formation of business entities, succession of entity management and/or ownership, income tax planning, and representation before taxing authorities.

 


Jason M. Grimes, Esquire  Jason's practice encompasses income tax matters and all aspects of estate planning and estate and trust administration. Before Fox Rothschild, Jason was a law clerk with the United States Attorney's Office, Department of Justice, in Cleveland, Ohio. He was also a law clerk for a firm in Westlake, Ohio, as well as working in the Trusts & Estates Department of a local bank in Coral Gables, Florida.


Owen A. Knopping, Esquire, is a Partner in the Tax & Estates Department of the Firm, resident in the Philadelphia office. Owen’s practice involves a broad range of tax matters, focusing primarily on all aspects of tax administration. He represents clients in civil and criminal tax matters before the Internal Revenue Service, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the City of Philadelphia, and other state and local municipalities.
 

Guy B. Maxfield, Esquire has a national reputation in income taxation as well as estate and gift taxation. He has had substantial experience planning estates for individuals with sizable assets and also advises owners of private corporations on tax matters.A law professor at New York University School of Law for 42 years, Guy has been appointed Professor of Law, Emeritus. He was twice selected to teach a course dealing with estate and gift taxation before the National Office of the Internal Revenue Service.