In this meeting, explore the latest in corporate taxation, including the impact of the pandemic and change in administration.
This meeting will cover a variety of topics, including:
COVID-19 and Employment Law: What CPAs Need to KnowRussell L. Lichtenstein
Working from Home: State Income Tax ConsequencesMichael L. Salad
PPP: Process and Timing for Loan ForgivenessJarad K. Stiles
New Bankruptcy Options for Small BusinessesEric A. Browndorf
Change of Administration and the Ongoing Pandemic Impact on State and Federal Income and Estate TaxesRobert E. Salad
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Cooper Levenson, Attorneys At Law
Eric Browndorf, Esq., is a partner and chairman of the bankruptcy and creditors’ rights practice group in the Atlantic City office of Cooper Levenson. He has restricted his practice exclusivity to banking, creditors’ rights, bankruptcy and commercial litigation since 1984. Mr. Browndorf has represented unsecured creditors committees, banks, trustees, national and international real estate developers, and he was a member of the United States Trustee's private panel of trustees for a number of years.
Mr. Browndorf has written and edited numerous texts for creditors on recovery strategies, including Debt Recovery: Maintaining the Competitive Edge, Bankruptcy: A Source Manual for the Workout Specialist in New Jersey, Creditors Rights: Effective Recovery Strategies After the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1994 and Debt Recovery Under the New Bankruptcy Act: A Recovery Manual for the Workout Specialist in New Jersey. Previously, he was an adjunct professor in business law at Richard Stockton College of New Jersey as well as Atlantic Community College. Additionally, Mr. Browndorf has lectured throughout the United States on creditor’s rights to attorneys, bankers, accountants, trustees, and national consumer and commercial lending institutions.
His professional associations include the New Jersey Bankers Association, the New Jersey Mortgage Bankers Association, the New Jersey Consumer Creditors Association, the American Bankruptcy Institute, the National Association of Trustees, the Creditor Debtor's Section of the New Jersey Bar Association, and the Pennsylvania and American Bar Associations.
A magna cum laude graduate of American University and Cornell Law School, Mr. Browndorf is admitted to the bars of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Kentucky; the United States District Court, District of New Jersey; the United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals; the United States Tax Court; and the United States Supreme Court.
With an impressive collection of favorable jury verdicts in employment matters, Russell L. Lichtenstein is generally regarded as one the most successful and effective management-side employment litigators in New Jersey.
He serves as Chairman of Cooper Levenson's Employment & Labor and Casino & Hospitality Industry Defense Litigation practice groups. He regularly appears in matters in the state and federal courts of New Jersey and before the administrative agencies which address employment issues.
Additionally, he has been admitted in other jurisdictions to assist clients around the country in a variety of employment related matters. Complementing his employment practice, Russell also has an expertise in traditional labor-law matters including contract negotiation, contact drafting, providing guidance on the daily issues that arise in a unionized workforce and defending Unfair Labor Practice charges before the NLRB.
Russell is also the firm's lead trial counsel representing casino clients. On a day-to-day basis he interacts with the casinos' risk management departments as well as coordinating activities with other departments including facilities, security, food and beverage, housekeeping, construction, maintenance in the defense of claims. Russell has a vast amount of experience and expertise in the defense of security negligence claims.
Before joining Cooper Levenson in 1983, he served with distinction as an Assistant Prosecutor in Cape May County. His expertise as a former prosecutor has given him the investigative, analytical, and courtroom skills to mount an aggressive defense of any claim or allegation.
Michael L. Salad, Esq., LL.M. is a partner in the firm. He concentrates his practice on business transactions, tax matters, probate administration and estate and business planning. Michael holds an LL.M. in Estate Planning and Elder Law.
Michael began his career at Cooper Levenson as a summer clerk in 2009 and 2010. He worked primarily within the tax law arena, concentrating on will drafting and estate and asset protection planning as well as preparing and structuring shareholder agreements, limited liability company operating agreements and partnership agreements. In addition, Michael handles general corporate matters as well as mergers and acquisitions involving corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies. Michael regularly travels between Florida and New Jersey and assists clients from the Northeast who are seeking to change their residency.
Michael has been named to the New Jersey Super Lawyers Rising Stars list for 2016-present, as an Estate Planning and Probate attorney. Michael was recognized as a 2019 "Top 40 under 40" by the AC Weekly Magazine and Atlantic City Jaycees.
With a keen eye for detail, and a well-earned depth and breadth of experience, Robert E. Salad is at the forefront in business and tax law. Joining Cooper Levenson in 1984, he now serves as President of the firm, and Chairman of the Tax and Business practice group. He has been a partner since 1988.
Rob's areas of expertise encompass almost all aspects of tax and business planning and transactions. More specifically, he focuses on matters involving the representation of businesses, including healthcare providers. He helps them to achieve business objectives, and also provides advice with respect to income tax issues. He handles both business and personal matters for his clients with the utmost sensitivity and timeliness.
A sought-after lecturer, Rob is informative and entertaining. He brings extensive experience in areas involving commercial transactions, entity formation, estate planning, estate administration and litigation as well as those matters involving representation before federal, state and/or local taxing authorities.
He represents a wide range of clients from public companies, closely held businesses and tax-exempt organizations.
Whether it's drafting opinion letters of business succession plans, or successfully appealing assessments by the New Jersey Tax Division, Jarad K. Stiles, Esq., LL.M. puts his extensive experience in tax law to work.
As a member of the Tax and Estate Practice Group at Cooper Levenson, Jarad works on estate and corporate tax planning, administration and tax litigation, and related matters. He's based in the firm's Atlantic City and Cherry Hill offices.
Previously, Jarad worked with a Millville, N.J. firm, where he created a new practice group specializing in trusts and estates, asset protection, tax controversy, special needs planning and elder law. Among his major accomplishments was gaining guardianship for a client with approximately $2.2 million in dispute. He also resolved tax compliance issues to maintain a foundation's 501 (c)(3) status, and advised clients on comprehensive estate and asset protection plans limiting state, local and federal tax liability.
Jarad holds a J.D./LL.M. degree in Taxation from the Washington University School of Law, St. Louis, Mo. He earned a B.B.A. degree in Finance and a B.A. degree in Government from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Va. He is admitted to practice law in New Jersey and New York.
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