About the Presenters
Attorney Morris N. Robinson, CPA, LL.M is Founder and Managing Director of M. Robinson Tax Law, Boston, MA, a tax law boutique. For over 10 years Morris' firm has been located at the Landmark Building on Federal Street in Boston's Financial District. His practice focus is:
(1) Tax Dispute Resolution for Businesses, Fiduciaries, High-Net Worth Individuals, and Non-Profits. His experience includes representation of businesses before IRS and state Voluntary Disclosure Programs; and representation of non-profits before the Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General.
(2) Domestic and International Tax Planning for Businesses, Fiduciaries, Beneficiaries of Trusts and Estates, and High-Net Worth Individuals.
(3) Preparation of United States and State Income, Estate and Gift Tax Returns for individuals and fiduciaries with complex tax situations.
Morris speaks regularly before professional groups of attorneys and financial professionals. He has participated in seminars sponsored by the Boston Bar Association; the American Academy of Attorney-CPAs; the Family Firm Institute; Lorman Educational Services Webinars; and Strafford Webinars. He is an active member of the Boston Bar Association (BBA); the Massachusetts Society of CPAs (MSCPA); and the Boston Estate Planning Council (BEPC). He has also published two articles with State Tax Notes, a national publication. He is currently president of New England Chapter of the American Academy of Attorney-CPAs (third two-year term).
Yale Yechiel Robinson, Esq. is an associate attorney at M. Robinson Tax Law in Boston. He joined the firm as a paralegal in 2010 and again as an attorney in 2014.He has represented individuals and small business owners on tax audit and collection defense. He has performed pro bono legal services for an individual taxpayer with low income, to prepare his tax returns and to defend against IRS collection efforts.Yale earned his B.A. from Yeshiva University in 2007 and his J.D. from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in 2014. He expects to complete an LL.M. in Taxation from Boston University in September 2018.Yale is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts, Connecticut, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and selected federal courts. He has presented at several professional education events on tax law. Sponsors of these events have included M. Robinson Tax Law, the New England Chapter of the American Academy of Attorney-CPAs, and the Boston Patent Law Association.