Timothy P. Fisher has been Counsel to Richard H. Waxman, P.C.
and its predecessors since 1990. He is a business and tax lawyer with more than
30 years experience in the New York Metropolitan area. His practice centers on
advising the owners of closely held companies and professional practices in
matters of taxation and corporate law (including non-profit). He also maintains
a substantial practice in the employee benefits and ERISA areas, and has formed
and represents several employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs). In many instances
he serves as special tax counsel to other lawyers and to accountants in complex
matters of taxation, corporate law and employee benefits. In other words, he is
a lawyer’s lawyer.
Mr. Fisher is a 1973 graduate of the New York University School of Law. He
received his Masters of Law degree in Taxation from that same institution in
1976. He has practiced at a major New York City law firm and has served as
Counsel to mid-size firms. He is admitted to practice in New York and before the
United States Tax Court, and is a member of the New York State and Westchester
County Bar Associations.
Mr. Fisher’s accomplishments include: recipient of the American Jurisprudence
Award in Taxation; Contributing Editor to “Estate and Gift Taxation,” Taxation
for Artists (Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, 1978); Co-Author: “Issues Relating
to ESOP Terminations” The Employee Stock Ownership Report, (May/June, 1990);
“ESOP Plan Administration” The Journal of Employee Ownership, Law and Finance
(Summer 1990); Special Tax Editor “Responsibilities of Insurance Agents and
Brokers” authored by Hon. Bertram Harnett (Matthew Bender & Co., 1999);
Director: Ronald McDonald House (1985 – 1994)
Mr. Fisher resides with his family in Pelham Manor, New York, where he serves as
a Trustee of the Village of Pelham Manor.