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J.D., LL.M.
Associate Professor
MAXY 226c
Maxcy Hall


    B.A. English: Clark University, 1975

    M.S. Journalism: Boston University, 1976 

    J.D.: University of Connecticut School of Law, 1979

    LL.M. Taxation: New York University School of Law, 1982

    Professional Certifications

    Attorney admitted to Connecticut Bar
Academic Credentials


    “U.S. Taxation Of The Value Of Executive Services Performed For Multinational Joint Ventures,” (lead author), accepted for publication in International Business & Economics Research Journal.


    “Restaurant Reviewer Liability for Defamation in a Global Context,” (2012), Journal of Business and Economics Research, Vol. 10, No. 1, page 53


    "Antitrust Laws and the Transatlantic Business," (2012), (lead author), Journal of Global Business Issues, Vol. 4, No. 2, page 99


    "Management Repercussions of the Increased Tax on Americans Working Overseas," (2007), (lead author), International Business & Economics Research Journal. Vol. 6, No. 11, page 31


    "Application of the Domestic Production Activities Tax Deduction," (2007), (lead author), Journal of Business and Economics Research, Vol. 5, No. 9, page 73


    "Choice of Entity for the Family Business," (2007), Journal of Applied Business Research, Vol. 23, No. 2, page 7


    "Life After Defined Benefit Plans," (2006), (lead author), Journal of Business and Economics Research, Vol. 4, No. 8, page 49


    "Demonstrating Failure to Discharge Plaintiff's Duty to Mitigate in a Wrongful Termination Case: An Empirical Approach," (2006), (secondary author), Journal of Business and Economics Research, Vol. 4, No. 7, page 1


    "Wine Tourism After the Direct Shipment Revolution: Implications and a Proposed Methodological Framework," (2006), (lead author), International Business & Economics Research Journal, Vol.  5, No. 2, page 1


    "Estate Planning for the Future Reinstatement of 2057," (2004), (lead author), Quinnipiac Probate Law Journal, 18 Quinn. Prob. Law Jour. 128, Vol. 18, No. 1 & 2


    "Family Investment LLC: Planning Opportunities and Guidelines," (2003), Estate Planning, 30 Est. Plan. 227


    "The Illusory Equivalence of the Applicable Exclusion Amount and the GST Exemption," (2002), Connecticut Bar Association Estates & Probate Newsletter, p. 2.


    "New Life for Valuation Discounts in Family Entities," (2002), (lead author), Quinnipiac Probate Law Journal, 16 Quinn. Prob. Law Jour. 48, Vol. 16, No. 1 & 2


    "Corporate Deductions for Compensation Under Recent Cases," (2002), Connecticut Lawyer, p. 20


    "Structure Generation-Skipping Gifts for Tax Savings," (2001), Practical Tax Strategies, p. 196


    "Taxation Issues in Gifting and Estate Planning," (2001), (lead author), Connecticut Law Tribune, p. 8


    "Estate Planning Priorities Under Changing Estate Tax Laws," (2001), Connecticut Lawyer, p. 16


    “Is the Professional Corporation Passé?,” (2001), (secondary author), p. 12


    “Family Limited Partnerships and L.L.C.’s in Estate Planning,” (2000), Connecticut Law Tribune, p. 14


    Numerous tax and business law articles published in trade journals for healthcare professionals, including Medical Economics, Dental Management, and Podiatry Management, 1979-2002


    "Article Digests," a regular column in the Journal of Real Estate Taxation (some columns co-authored), appearing in seven issues:  Summer 1979, p. 374; Fall 1979, p. 92; Winter 1980, p. 198; Spring 1980, p. 301; Summer 1980, p. 407; Winter 1981, p. 187; Spring 1981, p. 287


    Books and Book Chapters

    "Taxation of Securities Transactions," (2008 and 2009), (secondary author), LexisNexis


    "Business Law," (lead author), self-published textbook for University of New Haven business law classes


    “Life Insurance and Death Benefits” and “Tax Exempt Interest” chapters in online encyclopedia, (2008), LexisNexis Tax Advisor – Federal Topical 


    "Intrafamily Shareholders’ Agreements," (1990), chapter in Warren Gorham & Lamont’s Estate Planning and Administration Service


    Continuing education course books published by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants: Family Limited Partnerships:  Saving Taxes and Protecting Clients - 2000 to 2005; Doctors’ Practice-Related Agreements - 1995 to 2000; Using Insurance for Tax Savings and Business Planning - 1991 to 1994; Practical Tax Considerations for Physicians and Dentists - 1984 to 1994; Tax Shelter Planning After 1984 for Highly Compensated Individuals - 1985 to 1986

Industry Experience

    Associate professor: University of New Haven, 2007-present


    Assistant professor: University of New Haven, 2002-2007


    Visiting Assistant Professor: University of New Haven, 2000-2002


    Visiting Assistant Professor: Widener University School of Law, Harrisburg campus, Jan. - April 2002


    Adjunct Professor: University of Bridgeport School of Law (now Quinnipiac University School of Law) LL.M. Program, Jan. 1991 - Jan. 1992


    Solo private law practice, with emphasis on business law, taxation, estate planning and elder law, and estate administration, 1991 - present


    Principal: Kantor and Silver, P.C., Avon, CT, 1990 - 1991


    Partner: Schatz & Schatz, Ribicoff & Kotkin, Hartford and Stamford, CT, 1989-1990


    Associate: Schatz & Schatz, Ribicoff & Kotkin, Hartford and Stamford, CT, 1985-1988


    Associate: Kalogredis Law Associates, Wayne, Pennsylvania, 1982-1985

Curriculum Vitae