Bradley T. Borden. Brad is a Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School where he teaches Federal Income Taxation, Partnership Taxation, Taxation of Real Estate Transactions, and Unincorporated Business Organizations. Before entering the legal academy, he practiced law at Oppenheimer, Blend, Harrison & Tate, Inc., in San Antonio, Texas. He now frequently works as an expert witness or consultant in cases related to partnership and real estate taxation and aspects of partnership and LLC agreements, and he is Of Counsel with the New York law firm of Tjong & Hsia, LLP.
Brad is the author of several books and numerous articles in leading tax and legal journals. His books include Federal Income Taxation, (Foundation Press, 7th ed. 2017, with Martin J. McMahon, Jr., Daniel L. Simmons & Dennis J. Ventry, Jr.); Taxation and Business Planning for Partnerships and LLCs (Aspen Publishers, 2017); Tax-Free Like-Kind Exchanges (Civic Research Institute, 2nd ed. 2015), Taxation and Business Planning for Real Estate Transactions (Carolina Academic Press, 2nd ed. 2017); Limited Liability Entities: A State by State Guide to LLCs, LPs and LLPs (Wolters Kluwer, seven annual updates, with Robert J. Rhee); and Real Estate Transactions by Tax-Exempt Entities, 591-3rd/480-2nd T.M. (2015). He is also preparing manuscripts for Unincorporated Business Organizations (Aspen Publishers, in progress); and Tax, Legal, and Financial Aspects of Real Estate Joint Ventures (Civic Research Institute, in progress). His articles are published or forthcoming in professional journals such as Business Entities, The Journal of Taxation, Probate and Property, Real Estate Finance Journal, Real Estate Taxation, Tax Management Real Estate Journal, and Tax Notes, and law reviews such as Brooklyn Law Review, Florida Law Review, Florida Tax Review, Georgia Law Review, Houston Law Review, Iowa Law Review, Kansas Law Review, University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law, The Tax Lawyer, and Virginia Tax Review. He is also columnist for Journal of Passthrough Entities.
Brad is a fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel and a past chair of the Sales, Exchanges & Basis Committee of the ABA Section of Taxation. He earned a B.B.A. and M.B.A. from Idaho State University and a J.D. and LL.M. in taxation from University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law, he is licensed to practice law in New York and Texas, and he is a certified public accountant.