David J. Neuman is an attorney for LMC, with over a decade of experience specializing in tax law. He advises clients on a broad range of tax matters, including corporate formation and operations, mergers and acquisitions, reorganizations and spin-offs, executive and deferred compensation agreements, and tax exemption of not-for-profit organizations. He has proven to be integral in the areas of research and legal analysis of issues that arise on a daily basis, dealing with structuring transactions for clients in the most tax-efficient manner along with preparation of financial statements and tax returns.
David is also dedicated to helping clients solve any IRS or state controversy issues. He is actively involved with representing individuals and businesses in all areas of tax controversy before the IRS and state taxing authorities—from pre-dispute (voluntary disclosures and Pre-Filing Agreements), through the examination, appeals, and post-appeals dispute resolution phases that include federal income tax and employment tax examinations, New York/New Jersey state residency, sales and use tax, plus highway use tax examinations.
Prior to joining LMC, David worked at big law and accounting firms and served as a trial attorney with the IRS Office of Chief Counsel. It was there he litigated and advised the government regarding issues of individual, partnership, corporate tax matters, US taxpayers with undisclosed offshore bank accounts, and other assets.
When not servicing his clients, David enjoys seeing live music (especially jam bands), sports, and spending time with my family.
The part that I enjoy most about LMC is the people, the teamwork, and comradery within the entire firm, which makes coming to work so much more enjoyable.David Neuman, JD
J.D., Fordham University School of Law
B.S., Accounting, Touro College