Matthew R. Joyce Named a 2024 “Go To Taxation Lawyer” by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

April 29, 2024

Boston, MA (April 29, 2024)Matthew R. Joyce, a Partner in Rubin and Rudman’s Corporate, Business and Tax Department, was recently selected as a 2024 “Go To Taxation Lawyer” by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (“MLW”). This award showcases leaders who have shown excellence in the legal community in their area of practice. Attorneys are nominated by their peers and reviewed by a panel from MLW.

Joyce concentrates his practice in the areas of income tax planning, real estate and 1031 exchanges, planning for family offices and closely held businesses, tax credit finance and renewable energy tax incentives, Opportunity Zones, tax controversies, tax aspects of M&A transactions, and partnership tax strategies. He develops tax planning strategies that minimize and defer business and individual taxes at the Federal, State, and local levels. Joyce earned recognition as one of Boston magazine’s Top Lawyers in Tax Law in 2023.

“I can’t think of a more deserving recipient of this recognition by MLW,” said Christine Parise Cordes, Partner and Co-chair of Rubin and Rudman’s Corporate, Business and Tax department. “Matt advises as opposed to simply laying out options. Finding someone willing to give advice in the tax field is not easy. Clients don’t want to pick from a list of options; they want to be advised as to what option is best for them, and Matt is outstanding at doing that,” added Cordes.

Joyce earned his J.D. from Roger Williams University School of Law in 2010, followed by an LL.M. in Taxation from Boston University School of Law in 2011. Prior to his legal studies, he earned dual Bachelor’s degrees from the University of New Hampshire in Political Science and International Business and Economics, with honors for the latter in 2007.

Rubin and Rudman’s Tax practice includes federal, state and international tax matters. Our attorneys provide tax planning and compliance advice for individuals, partnerships, limited liability companies, corporations, trusts and other entities. There are few areas of tax practice in which we are not experienced. Our command of tax-related matters ranges across subjects as diverse as tax-free acquisitive and divisive reorganizations to recapitalizations, nonqualified deferred compensation, partnership allocations, consolidated returns, prohibited transactions, like-kind exchanges and offshore investments.