Heptig Featured in LIBN Who’s Who Section
August 30, 2018 | Health Services | Corporate | Tax
Kate Heptig has been featured in Long Island Business News’ Who’s Who – Women in Professional Services Section. A partner in the Firm’s Corporate, Health Services and Tax Practice Groups, Kate focuses on transactional tax law and executive compensation; general business law relating to corporations, LLCs and partnerships; and ERISA/employee benefits matters. Kate regularly advises …
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Mulè to Host Fourth BOSS Program
August 7, 2018 | Trusts & Estates | Tax
On Thursday, September 20, from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Michael Mulè will host the fourth program in the Business Owners Seminar Series (BOSS) at Rivkin Radler’s offices. In this program, “Business Transition Planning: How to maintain flexibility and control” you will hear from Rivkin Radler partners, Jeff Greener, Kate Heptig and the President of the Jennings …
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Heptig and Wiley to Co-Present Tax Seminar
May 31, 2018 | Tax
On June 19, our partners, Kate Heptig and Dennis Wiley and Margolin, Winer and Evens CPAs, Lance Christensen and Wayne Olson will present, “Hiding in Plain Sight: Maximizing Opportunities for Tax Efficiency.” The presenters will discuss helpful tips on how to manage your taxes more efficiently. This program will discuss: Real Estate Opportunities – 1031 …
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Kornblum and Landsman Facilitate the Sale of New York City Property
February 16, 2017 | Real Estate, Zoning & Land Use | Tax
During a three day closing that concluded on January 13, 2017, Yaron Kornblum and Marie Landsman represented the seller in the sale of properties located at 3880 Broadway, 543-545 West 162nd St. & 75 Ft. Washington Ave., New York City for an aggregate purchase price of $40 million.  The transaction was facilitated subject to a …
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Eisenmesser and Miehl Singer opinion featured on podcast by Leimberg & LeClair, Inc.
April 6, 2016 | Trusts & Estates | Tax
A Podcast has been posted to the Leimberg Information Services, Inc. website, a provider of email based news, opinion and information for tax professions, in which the decision obtained by Eisenmesser and Miehl in Singer v. Commissioner, T.C. Memo 2016-48, is discussed. The Tax Court ruled favorably for the Firm’s client and held that he could not …
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Eisenmesser and Miehl obtain tax court memorandum decision in favor of client executor
March 16, 2016 | Trusts & Estates | Tax
Scott Eisenmesser and Christopher Miehl successfully petitioned against the IRS on behalf of the Firm’s client, the Executor of an estate, with the U.S. Tax Court declaring that the Executor was not personally liable as the fiduciary of the estate for unpaid federal estate tax. The underlying petition against the IRS was filed in response …
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