BOSTON, MA – (February, 2023) – Boston-based, full-service law firm Rubin and Rudman is pleased to announce that Matthew “Matt” Joyce has joined the firm as a Partner in the Corporate, Business and Tax Department.
Matt concentrates his practice in the areas of income tax planning, real estate, and 1031 exchanges, family offices and closely held businesses, tax credits and incentives, Opportunity Zones, tax controversies, 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 level. Matt regularly counsels high net worth individuals and business executives on tax planning strategies for business and investment activities. He also represents clients in tax controversies with Federal and State tax authorities. He works with clients and their professional advisors to implement tax strategies that deliver meaningful economic results and further business goals.
Prior to joining Rubin and Rudman, Matt specialized in tax and business law at a Rhode Island-based firm where he represented client industries, including private equity, investment banking, real estate development, and tax credit finance.
“We are delighted to welcome Matt to our experienced team of business attorneys,” said Neal Splaine, Co-chair of the Corporate, Business and Tax Practice. “Matt’s tax law expertise and his success in representing clients in a wide breadth of tax matters will markedly enhance the services we offer our clients,” Splaine added.
“I am excited to bring my business and tax experience to Rubin and Rudman’s sophisticated corporate practice,” said Matt. “What attracted me to the firm was their reputation for enduring client relationships and the wealth of accomplished colleagues across a diverse set of practice groups I can draw upon. I look forward to continuing the legacy of collaboration in service of our clients,” added Joyce.
Matt was selected to Super Lawyers’ “Rising Stars” list from 2018-2020. He has authored articles that have appeared in publications such as the Rhode Island Bar Journal, the New Hampshire Bar News, and the Massachusetts Society of CPAs newsletter. In addition, Matt has spoken at the Massachusetts Association of Accountants.
Matt received a Master of Laws in Taxation from Boston University in 2011. He received his J.D. in 2010 from Roger Williams University’s School of Law. Prior to that, he earned a B.S. in International Business and Economics (with Honors) and a B.A. in Political Science, both in 2007.