Lawrence Arem concentrates his practice on rendering advice to clients on issues related to federal and state taxation. His strongest asset is the ability to bring a broad range of tax and business experience to bear on a matter and to address an issue in a practical manner, while paying careful attention to the requirements of the tax laws.
Mr. Arem has been named in The 2016 through 2019 Best Lawyers in America©.
New York University, LL.M. (1978)
University of Pennsylvania Law School, J.D. (1975)
New York University, B.S. (1972)
U.S. Tax Court
Philadelphia Bar Association
American Bar Association
"Qualified Opportunity Zones, An Unqualified Opportunity?" Accredited CLE, November 5, 2018
“What Every Real Estate Lawyer Needs to Know: Philadelphia Taxation of Real Estate Entities,” PBI, Taxes in Real Estate Transactions, 2011
“Codification of Economic Substance,” Philadelphia Bar Association’s Tax Section CLE, April 2011
“Revenue Ruling 99-6, Planning Opportunities and its Future,” PBI, 2011
Advised clients on tax issues which include: