J. Patrick Anderson, Attorney
J. Patrick Anderson was raised in upstate NewYork and moved to Palm Beach County, Florida with his family in 1971. Following graduation from Florida Atlantic University in 1980 with adegree in social psychology. Mr.Anderson worked as a counselor in a community mental health center and as aprobation officer. He is marriedand has two daughters.
Mr. Anderson attended the Nova Southeastern University School of Law inFort Lauderdale, Florida, where he served as a teaching assistant, researchfellow and editor of the school law review. Mr. Anderson received his law degree in 1987, magna cum laude, graduating9th out of 212 in his class.
Following law school, Mr. Anderson, attended the graduate tax program atthe University of Florida where he received a Master of Laws degree in Taxationin 1988. After graduation from theUniversity of Florida, Mr. Anderson practiced law in Atlanta, where he advisedsmall and medium-size companies concerning tax and corporate matters.
Mr. Anderson concentrates in the areas of pension and employee benefitsand in corporate and business transactions. He also represents clients inmatters before the Internal Revenue Service. He has significant experience and training in structuring businesstransactions to most effectively use the tax laws and to reduce potentialadverse tax ramifications to his clients.
Mr. Anderson is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and The Florida Bar. He is admitted to practice before all courts of both Georgia and Florida,before the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia andbefore the United States Tax Court. Heis a member of the Tax Section and Health Law Section of The Florida Bar. Mr. Anderson is Board Certified in taxation.
|Education:||Florida Atlantic University B.A.|
U.S. District Court Northern District of Georgia 1989
U.S. Tax Court
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