About Jeffrey R. D’Amico, J.D., LL.M.

One of the most trusted names in the fields of tax, estate and elder law representation in New York, is The D'Amico Law Group P.C.'s very own company owner, Jeffrey R. D’Amico. Our firm is proud to present the many accomplishments and credentials of our founding and head attorney.

Master of Laws

Currently Mr. D'Amico teaches in numerous areas of taxation, including individual, estate and fiduciary income taxation as a graduate school assistant professor for a prestigious university in New York State. He has an impressive educational background that matches with his skills. Mr. D'Amico earned an LL.M degree in Taxation with a GPA of 3.8, and receiving the highest academic awards at Villanova University in Villanova, Pennsylvania. He also received the Tax Executive Institute Scholarship Award in 1995.

Educational Background

Before Obtianing his LL.M. degree, Mr. D'Amico obtained a J.D. degree from New York Law School in New York, New York, in May of 1992. Prior to that, Mr. D'Amico graduated cum laude from Brooklyn College with a degree of B.S. in Accounting in 1986: being on the Deans List in 1986.
 

Company Founder

Jeffrey R. D’Amico is the founder and managing attorney of the Melville law firm of The D’Amico Law Group, P.C. founded in Febuary 1998.

 

Areas of Practice
• Elder Law
• Guardianship
• Income Taxation
• Will and Trust Drafting

• Estate Planning and Taxation
• Probate and Administration of Estates

 

Employment History

Mr. D’Amico also practiced as an attorney at Murphy, Bartol & O’Brien, LLP., in Mineola, New York, from 1993 to 1996. He was in the Trusts and Estates department, before joining Griffin, Coogan & Veneruso, P.C., in 1996. Starting as a senior tax accountant, D'Amico worked at Richard A. Eisner & Company in New York City from 1988 to 1993. He has been adept in handling taxation matters including the following:

• Estate
• Fiduciary
• Corporate
• Individual
• Partnership
 
 

Teaching Accomplishments

In addition to being the managing attorney of the D'Amico Law Group, Mr. D’Amico is an Assistant Professor at SUNY Old Westbury in the Graduate Tax Program. He is also an active member of  the following associations:

• New York State Bar Association™
  (Trusts and Estates Section)
• Connecticut Bar Association™
  (Trusts and Estates Section)
• Nassau County Bar Association

 

Additional Feats

Exemplifying his experience in field, Mr. D'Amico has spoken and held seminars about estate planning and tax matters. He has lectured on behalf of the following groups and companies:

• Prudential Long Island Realty

• The Design Capital Planning Group, Inc.

• European American Bank™
• National Business Institute™

Publications and Conferences

 Mr. D'Amico has authored numerous articles and presented his papers at numerous conferences including:

Peer Reviewed Journals –

1.

PEER PRESSURE ON TAX AVOIDANCE- A SPECIAL PERSPECTIVE FROM FIRMS FISCAL YEAR-ENDS

Publication: Journal of Accounting and Finance (Cabell’s # 276)
Published: December, 2014 – Volume 14, Number 6
2.

RECONCILE YOUR DOMICILE –When To Be or Not To Be:
Legal Issues, Judicial Analysis and Implications For Taxpayers
Relocating To Avoid State Estate Tax

Publication: The International Journal of Business, Accounting and Finance (Cabell’s # 207)
Published: Spring, 2014 – Volume 8, Number 1
3.

LEGAL ISSUES, JUDICIAL ANALYSIS, AND DOMICILE
PLANNING TO AVOID STATE INHERITANCE TAX USING
TENNESSEE AS A CASE STUDY

Publication: The Journal of Business Case Studies (Cabell’s # 305)
Published: March/April, 2013 – Volume 9, Number 2
4.

ALLEVIATING THE FINANCIAL IMPACT OF HURRICANE SANDY THROUGH A RETIREMENT PLAN HARDSHIP DISTRIBUTION OR LOAN

Publication: The Tax Advisor (Cabell’s # 447)
Published: December 13th, 2012
5.

NEW YORK METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION TAX DECLARED UNCONSTITUTIONAL

Publication: The Tax Advisor (Cabell’s # 447)
Published: December, 2012

 

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