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  1. Tax: 40%
  2. Bankruptcy: 20%
  3. Real Estate: 20%
  4. Estate Planning: 20%

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200 W 4th St
Bridgeport, PA, 19405-1013

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License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
PADisbarred198504/02/2016
FLAdministrative - Not Authorized to Practice198406/19/2016

Professional misconduct

This lawyer was disciplined by a state licensing authority.

  1. Disbarment
    issued in PA, 2015

    updated

    Disbarment is the most serious penalty for a lawyer. If this attorney is currently practicing law, you should contact the Pennsylvania State Bar to understand the reasons for disbarment.

  2. Emergency Temporary Suspension
    issued in PA, 2013

    updated

    An emergency temporary suspension means an attorney lost his or her license to practice during a disciplinary investigation. The suspension typically expires when the investigation is resolved.

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Publications
Publication nameTitleDate
UnknownMaking Welfare Plans Work2000
Journal of Pension BenefitsReflections on Booth2000
UnknownMultiple Employer VEBAs2000
UnknownSeverance Pay Plans2000
UnknownWhat is the Value of a Policy?2000
UnknownBulls and Bears Prefer VEBAs1999
UnknownMultiple Employer VEBAs1999
UnknownSeverance Pay Plans1999
UnknownWhat is the Value of a Policy?1999
National UnderwriterSorting Out Excise Tax Issues for Welfare Plans1997
Taxation For AccountantsVEBAs Can Reduce Taxes and Preserve Wealth1996
Journal of Taxation of Employee BenefitsNotice 95-34 Represents a Line in the Sand for '419' Plans1996
Journal of Taxation of Employee BenefitsNotice 95-34 Represents a Line in the Sand for '419' Plans1996
Journal of Taxation of Employee Benefits419' Welfare Plans Require Careful Drafting to Survive IRS Attack1995
Journal of Taxation of Employee Benefits419' Welfare Plans Require Careful Drafting to Survive IRS Attack1995
American Society of CLU and ChFC Estate Planning SectionCurrent Developments in Sec. 419 Plans: Don't Call the Coroner Yet1995
Taxation for LawyersSEPs Are an Easy Alternative for Cost-Conscious Employers1991
Small Business ChronicleSimplified Employee Pension Plans: The 90's Alternative1990
Treasury DepartmentCoopers & Lybrand National Firm Comment on Proposed Regulations under Internal Revenue Code Section 1681984
News Notes. Fla. Inst. of CPAsFEDERAL TAX NOTES: Battle of the Tax Benefit Rule/Crane Confusion1983
Education
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Miami School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1983
Clemson UniversityAccountingBS - Bachelor of Science1979

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