Ronald M. Wiener

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Ronald Wiener has been practicing as a tax lawyer for over 40 years. He has extensive knowledge of IRS practices and procedures, which he uses to help clients deal with the IRS bureaucracy. His experience on real estate and partnership tax issues includes work with developers, homebuilders, REITs, syndicators and institutional investors.

Formerly a tax partner with the Philadelphia law firm WolfBlock, LLP, Ron joined DBS and Drucker & Scaccetti, P.C. in June 2009.

Ron’s active participation in local, regional and national IRS practitioner liaison initiatives for more than 25 years has made him a leader among Philadelphia-area tax practitioners. He served a two-year term as a member of the IRS Commissioner’s Advisory Group, working with the Commissioner of the IRS and other high-level IRS officials to improve the way the IRS administers the federal tax system.   Ron is a Fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel and, for six years, served the College as Regent for the Third Circuit. Ron has been a speaker on IRS practice issues for the ABA Tax Section, the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, the PA Institute of CPAs and other groups.

In addition to his current professional associations, Ron has served as Chair of the IRS Liaison Subcommittee of the Administrative Practice Committee and as Chair of the Tax Section of the Philadelphia Bar Association.

Ron was recently named the Best Lawyers® 2014 Philadelphia Tax Law “Lawyer of the Year.” (Copyright 2013 by Woodward /White, Inc., of Aiken, SC).  Ron has been listed in every edition of “The Best Lawyers in America” for over 30 years.

Credentials

Education
J.D., Harvard Law School (magna cum laude)
B.A., University of Pennsylvania

Bar Admissions
Pennsylvania

Court Admissions
U.S. Tax Court

Memberships
American Bar Association, Section of Taxation, Committees on: Administrative Practice; Partnerships; Real Estate; and Standards of Tax Practice
Pennsylvania Bar Association, Tax Law Section
Philadelphia Bar Association, Tax Section
American College of Tax Counsel

Ronald Wiener