David J. Neuman concentrates his practice in tax law, where he advises clients in connection with corporate, estate and gift, and individual tax planning. He also represents clients in all areas of tax controversy before the IRS and state tax authorities, from pre-dispute (voluntary disclosures and pre-filing agreements), through the examination, appeals, and post-appeals dispute resolution phases.
Immediately prior to joining Farrell Fritz, David spent two and a half years as a senior associate, tax controversy services, at KPMG LLP in New York, NY. Previously, he spent four years as an attorney in the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) office of chief counsel, where he litigated and advised the government regarding issues of individual, partnership, and corporate tax matters, and regarding US taxpayers with undisclosed offshore bank accounts and other assets.
- Fordham University School of Law (JD)
- Touro College