After earning a law degree and a master of tax law degree, Tom Korge began his legal career as a legislative assistant to The Honorable Dante B. Fascell, United States House of Representatives, and a law clerk to The Honorable Norman O. Tietjens, United States Tax Court. In 1979, Tom joined the Washington office of the law firm Baker Botts LLP and returned to his hometown of Miami in 1988. Tom specializes in tax, business, and company law, real estate development, mergers & acquisitions, public charities, private foundations, municipalities and other non-profit entities, complex financial transactions, estate planning, trusts and fiduciaries, and complex litigation and appeals. He also teaches federal income tax law at the University of Miami School of Law.
Author: "Debt or Equity Financing of Foreign Investment in the United States," 23 Tax Planning Int'l Rev. 11, 1996; "When Corporate Stock is not a Capital Asset: Corn Products Revisited," 64 American Bar Association Journal 1925, 1978. Co-Author: "The Windfall Profit Tax: A Primer on the Net Income Limitation," 23 Oil & Gas Tax Quarterly 441, 1986; "The Windfall Profit Tax - A Complex New Regulatory Structure Atop Crude Oil Price Controls," 26 Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute 623, 1980. Law Clerk to Hon. Norman O. Tietjens, U.S. Tax Court, 1977-1979. Chairman, City of Coral Gables Pension Board.
|FL||Member in Good Standing||1974||04/19/2020|
|University of Florida, Fredric G. Levin College of Law||Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor||1974|