Jerome Borison, JD, LL.M., Of Counsel

Jerome Borison earned his J.D. magna cum laude from Gonzaga University and his LL.M. in Taxation from New York University. In addition to over 30 years of tax law experience, he was formerly licensed to practice as a Certified Public Accountant. Jerome’s work focuses on tax controversies and estate planning. Mr. Borison is the editor and principal author of Effectively Representing a Client Before The ‘New’ IRS, a three volume treatise published by the American Bar Association. He is also a co-author on several other publications, including the Civil Tax Procedure Casebook, published by Lexis-Nexis in its Graduate Tax Series, and Contemporary Approaches to Trusts and Estate Law. Mr. Borison was named one of Denver’s Top Rated Lawyers of 2014 by Legal Leaders in Taxation and Trusts and Estates.

Practice Areas

Tax Controversies; Estate Planning

Education

Temple University, B.S., 1967, Gonzaga University, J.D., magna cum laude, 1977; New York University, LL.M., in taxation, 1982

Admitted

1977, Pennsylvania; 1980, California; 1983, Colorado, U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit and U.S. Tax Court. Formerly licensed to practice as a Certified Public Accountant in Pennsylvania (1971-1981).

Affiliations

American Bar Association (Member, Taxation Section); Association of American Law Schools (Member, Tax Section); Fellow, American Counsel of Tax Counsel

Biography

  • Editor and Principal Author: “Effectively Representing a Client Before The ‘New’ IRS,” (a three volume treatise published by the American Bar Association and revised in 2001 and 2003).
  • Co-Author, with Profs. Richardson and Johnson, Civil Tax Procedure Casebook, Published in 2005 by Lexis-Nexis in its Graduate Tax Series, 2d Ed. 2007.
  • Co-Author (with Profs. Cahn, Monopoli and Gary), Contemporary Approaches to Trusts and Estates, (to be published by Aspen Press 2011).
  • Co-Author (with Steven Anderson): When The IRS Wants Your Client to Pay Trust Fund Taxes Parts I, II and III, Colorado Lawyer, September, October, November, 1997.
  • “Innocent Spouse Relief: A Call for Legislative and Judicial Liberalization,” The Tax Lawyer, 1987.
  • “The Evolving Due Diligence Requirement of the Service in Determining a Taxpayer’s Last Known Address,” Tax Law Review, 1985.
  • “Rights and Obligations of Partners under TEFRA When Their Partnership is Audited,” Journal of Partnership Taxation, 1984.
  • “Section 6901: Transferee Liability,” The Tax Lawyer, 1977.
  • Defending the IRC §6672 “Trust Fund Recovery Penalty,” 8 J. of Tax Pract. & Proc. 21, 2006.