In Memoriam

In Memoriam: Stephen Paley (1939-2010)

Stephen Paley

Stephen Paley co-founded the firm; he had more than 40 years of experience counseling and advising professional corporations, and representing businesses on corporate and tax planning matters. He devoted a large part of his practice to the representation of medical practices and worked extensively with health care organizations on their tax, corporate and regulatory needs. He was an accomplished and well-respected business and tax attorney who represented large and small organizations in a variety of areas.

Stephen Paley co-founded the firm; he had more than 40 years of experience counseling and advising professional corporations, and representing businesses on corporate and tax planning matters. He devoted a large part of his practice to the representation of medical practices and worked extensively with health care organizations on their tax, corporate and regulatory needs. He was an accomplished and well-respected business and tax attorney who represented large and small organizations in a variety of areas.

Steve Paley was a man who knew people just as well as he did the law–and his compassion and concern for others was something that earned him the friendship and respect of colleagues and clients alike. He will always be remembered; both for his leadership and mentoring of young attorneys and the laugh-out-loud humor, which he used to make everyone around him feel comfortable. It’s that rare combination of business acumen and interpersonal prowess that made him a one-of-a-kind who will be sorely missed by his colleagues, clients and friends.

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