Neil Feinstein

Biography

    Mr. Feinstein is a director at Deloitte Tax LLP where he has practiced since 1996.  Prior to joining Deloitte, Mr. Feinstein was a tax partner in the law firm of Duane, Morris & Heckscher and in the law firm of Zapruder & Odell.  Mr. Feinstein has over 25 years of experience in advising multinational companies and large privately held companies on domestic and international mergers and acquisitions and other business transactions, structuring of international operations, financial products, and foreign currency transactions, as well as other tax matters.  His clients include companies in the manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, specialty chemicals, and financial services industries, among other industries. 

    Mr. Feinstein serves as international tax leader for a leading multinational securities exchange and several multinational manufacturing concerns.  He has been a frequent lecturer in the United States and Europe on a variety of tax topics, such as mergers and acquisitions, international reorganizations, structuring of international joint ventures, foreign tax credit planning, taxation of financial products, and foreign currency transactions, as well as other topics.

    Mr. Feinstein serves on the board of directors of the Philadelphia Tax Conference and serves as co-chair of the conference.  Mr. Feinstein is currently serving as chair of the Foreign Currency Task Force of the International Tax Technical Resource Panel of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and is the principal author of the task force’s two sets of comments on proposed section 987 regulations.

Education

  • B.S. 1975 Temple University
  • J.D., cum laude,1982 Brooklyn Law School
  • LL.M. (Taxation) 1984 New York University

Courses and Seminars

  • Advanced Issues in International Tax

Important:  Curriculum Changes Effective Fall 2014

Tax Research and Writing (LTX-3228)  and Law Governing Tax Practice (LTX-5000)  have been consolidated to create a new course  LTX-5005 Professional Responsibility of Tax Practitioners. This new 2 credit required course will be offered for the first time in Fall 2014.  LTX-3228 and LTX-5000 will no longer be offered.  For students matriculating prior to Fall 2014: If you have already taken either LTX-3228  or LTX-5000, you are not required to take this new course.  If you have previously taken Law Governing Tax Practice, you simply select a two-credit elective course in order to meet your credit requirements.

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Phone Numbers
Office: 610-519-7043 or
1-888-GRAD-TAX
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FAX: 610-519-8018

Office Hours
Spring and Fall:
M-Th 9:00 AM – 8:15 PM, F until 5 PM

Summer:
M-Th 9:00 AM – 6:30 PM, F until 12 PM