Edward oversees the management and operation of the firm. He has been instrumental in developing the practice over the last thirty years and remains active in consulting with businesses and individuals on matters related to financing, mergers, acquisitions and dispositions, tax and estate planning.
In the field of taxation, he is proficient in advising clients on the tax treatment of buy-sell agreements, and the sale of partnership interests and tax-free exchanges. He has extensive expertise in investigative and litigation accounting and established the firm as a national leader in the Claims Administration Services arena.
Ed has provided expert testimony on litigation matters throughout the country and has been involved in the administration of over 550 class action lawsuits. He has spoken about procedures related to those administrations to numerous professional and trade organizations, including the National Association of Securities Class Action Trial Lawyers. Most recently, he moderated the 12th Annual ILEP Conference on litigation reform. He has testified before the US Senate Banking Sub-Committee on class action securities litigation issues.
A graduate of Drexel University, Ed holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting. He is licensed to practice accounting in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Florida He is a member of the American Institute of CPAs and its Tax Division, the Pennsylvania Institute of CPAs and the New Jersey Society of CPAs. He is on the Executive Advisory Council for the Rutgers University School of Business, serves on the Audit Committee for the Archdiocese of Camden, and is a member of the board of directors for both Variety – A Children’s Charity – and the Philadelphia Children’s Theatre. He has been recognized for his achievements by International Who’s Who.