Ryan M. Bornstein

J.D., LL.M (Taxation)

Ryan Bornstein is a member in the law firm of Harvey Ballard & Bornstein, LLC and concentrates on estate and income tax planning in addition to estate administration. Mr. Bornstein focuses particularly on certain federal tax aspects of planning for substantial estates, including generation skipping transfer tax. In addition, Mr. Bornstein works with clients on tax-advantaged opportunities analyzing stock option plans. Our client-base is comprised of business owners, executives and other high net worth individuals. Mr. Bornstein is also a Professor of Law with the Adjunct Faculty of the Graduate Tax Program at the Villanova University School of Law where he teaches Taxation of Property Dispositions.

Mr. Bornstein has written a number of timely tax articles, including, “ERISA Disclosure Requirements: Electronic Notices,” “Corporate Protection: The Availability and Use of Indemnification for Corporate Defendants,” and “Impact of Qualified Retirement Assets on a Decedent’s Estate: Saving for the Future.” Furthermore, he has looked into the future writing two chapters for the book, “Electronic Commerce Impact on Taxation and the Law: A Practitioner’s Guide,” that focus on sales taxation and jurisdictional issues.

Mr. Bornstein has a Bachelors of Science in Accounting from the University of Delaware and his Masters of Laws from the Villanova Graduate Tax Program. Mr. Bornstein is admitted to the United States Tax Court and practices before the Internal Revenue Service. Mr. Bornstein is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.