- An Opportune Time to Reacquire or Restructure Business Debt
- California Re-defining "Change of Ownership" to Allow for Real Property Reassessment
- California Suspends Net Operating Loss Carryovers and Limits Business Credits
- Deferred Compensation Regulations
- Exclusion of Gain on Sale of Principal Residence Limited
- Immediate Write-off of Cost of Producing a Film
MARTIN T. GOLDBLUM
Mr. Goldblum is the chairman of our Tax Department and is engaged in a broad tax practice with special emphasis on corporate and partnership taxation, executive taxation, tax controversies and estate planning. He provided tax consultation in a major international financing and, more recently, in a receivables securitization transaction. He routinely renders tax advice in corporate mergers and acquisitions.
Developer and builder of large single-family home projects; manufacturer of after-market, high-end auto wheels; institutional stock trader.
Clerk for Judge Oscar H. Davis of the U.S. Court of Claims (now the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit) (1963‑1964). Attorney, Appellate Section of the Tax Division of the Department of Justice (1964‑1969). Associate, Willkie Farr & Gallagher, New York (1969‑1973). Member, Rifkind & Sterling, Incorporated, Beverly Hills (1973‑1985).
Co-author, Chapter 13, "Director Compensation," in Advising and Defending Corporate Directors and Officers, California Continuing Education of the Bar (1998, updated 2007).
Beverly Hills Bar Association, Los Angeles County Bar Association (vice‑chairman and chairman, Real Estate Taxation Committee, 1991 and 1992, respectively; member, Executive Committee, Taxation Section, 1992), New York State Bar Association. Certified Specialist, Taxation Law, the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization.
CCNY (B.A., 1960). New York University School of Law (LL.B., 1963); Executive Note and Comment Editor, New York University Law Review (1962‑1963); Order of the Coif.