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Senior Judge. b. Maryland. B.A., University of Maryland, 1958; LL.B., University of Maryland Law School, 1960; LL.M., Taxation, Georgetown Law Center, 1965. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1960. Attorney, Internal Revenue Service, Washington, DC, 1961-65, and Buffalo, NY, in Regional Counsel's Office, 1965-67. Entered private practice of law in Baltimore MD, 1967; associate (1972-74) and partner (1974-84) in the law firm of Gordon, Feinblatt, Rothman, Hoffberger and Hollander. Chairman, study commission to improve the quality of Maryland Tax Court, 1978; member, study groups to consider changes in Maryland tax laws; Commissioner on a commission to reorganize and recodify article of Maryland law dealing with taxation, 1980; Lecturer, Tax Seminars and Professional programs; Chairman, Section of Taxation, Maryland State Bar Association; Adjunct Professor of Law, Graduate Tax Program, University of Baltimore School of Law, 1991-93; Adjunct Professor of Law, Graduate Tax Program, University of San Diego School of Law, 2001; Adjunct Professor of Law, Graduate Tax Program, University of Denver School of Law, 2001 to present. Appointed by President Reagan as Judge, United States Tax Court, on March 30, 1984, for a term ending March 29, 1999. Retired on March 30, 1999, but was recalled as Senior Judge to perform judicial duties from that date to the present.