Edward M. Luria
Practice Areas: Railroad equipment finance, tax law, estate planning and employee benefits.
Education: University of Pennsylvania Law School (J.D.); New York University School of Law (LL.M. in Taxation); University of Pennsylvania (B.A.).
Admissions: District of Columbia; State of Delaware; Commonwealth of New Jersey
Judicial Clerkship: Attorney-Advisor to Hon. John W. Kern, Jr., U.S. Tax Court, 1968-1970
Languages: French and German
Publications: Tax and estate planning editor, Accountants Workbook Series, Matthew Bender & Co. (1985-1992), CCH, Inc. (1992-1995). Contributor (with N. P. Damico), "For Small Employers, 401(k)/Profit Sharing Enhanced by $150,000 Compensation Limit", Benefits Law Journal, Vol. 7, No. 2 (Summer 1994); co-author (with C. Bruce and S. Gray), "Protection of Assets Trusts," Trusts & Estates Magazine (Nov. 1991 and Dec. 1991 - two parts), co-author, Tax Management Portfolio 88-2d, “Discharge of Indebtedness” (1975), co-author, Tax Management Portfolio 153-3d, "Tax Court-Trial of Case" (1975); several articles for the Accountants Workbook Series (see above) on tax, business organizations, employment benefits, and estate planning matters; several Tax Management Memoranda for Tax Management, Inc., Washington, D.C.
Memberships: American Bar Association (Member, Committee on Closely-Held Corporations, Committee on Estate and Gift Tax, Committee on Value-Added Tax); D.C. Bar (Member, Section on Taxation); Delaware Bar Association (Member, Section on Taxation, Section on Estates and Trusts).
Martindale-Hubbell Rating: AV in both the District of Columbia and the State of Delaware.
T: (202) 393-2266