E. Martin Davidoff, born Suffern, New York, January 27, 1952; Certified Public Accountant 1980, New York; 1981, New Jersey, Admitted to the bar 1979 New York, 1981, New Jersey; 1981, U.S. District Court; 1982, U.S. Tax Court; 1984, U.S. Supreme Court; 1989, U.S. Southern District of New York; 2001, U.S. Court of Federal Claims. Preparatory education, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Management (B.S., 1974); Graduate education, Boston University (M.B.A. with honors, 1975); Legal education, Washington University School of Law (J.D., 1978); Selected as one of the 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 Top 100 Most Influential People in Accounting by Accounting Today; Selected as one of the Top 100 Most Influential Practitioners by CPA Magazine in their 2005 and 2006 Tax Season edition; Selected as one of the Top 50 IRS Representation Practitioners by CPA Magazine in their April/May 2008 edition; listed in Who’s Who of American Colleges and Universities. Member: American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (Tax Legislative Liaison Committee 1991-93); New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (State Officer-Vice President 1994-95, State Officer-Secretary 1993-94, Chairperson of the Membership Committee 1992-93, President of Middlesex-Somerset Chapter 1991-92, Trustee of the Society 1990-92, Chairperson of Federal Taxation 1988-90); American Association of Attorney-Certified Public Accountants (Chairperson and founder of IRS National Tax Liaison Committee 1997-2009, Treasurer of New York Chapter 1986-90, Assistant Secretary/Treasurer 2003-04, Member of Executive Committee 2003-present, Vice President 2006-2007, President-Elect 2007-2008, President 2008-2009; Chairperson Sub-Committee on Tax Legislative Affairs 2009 to present; New Jersey State Bar Association; Middlesex County Bar Association; Mercer County Bar Association; New Brunswick Bar Association; American Bar Association; Central Jersey Legal Services – Trustee 2018; Appointed to the White House Conference on Small Business 1995, elected delegate to the White House Conference on Small Business 1986; Governor’s Conference on Small Business, Chairperson of Taxes and User Fees 1994; National Federation of Independent Business Leadership Council, Tax Issues Committee Chairperson for New Jersey; Middlesex Regional Chamber of Commerce 1993-2008, (Legislative Committee 1997-2007); BioClinica, Inc. (formerly Bio-Imaging Technologies, Inc.) (2004-March, 2013), Audit Committee – Financial expert. Author: “How to Evaluate a Real Estate Investment,” The Practical Accountant, p. 24 (October, 1984) and “Un-derstanding Section 1031,” NJSCPA Newsletter, p. 10 (Spring 1989). Co-author: “New Jersey S Corporation Legislation” (1992-93); Community Service: Office of Attorney Ethics Middlesex County Fee Arbitration Secretary (1992-94); East Brunswick Recreation and Parks Advi-sory Board (1992-98); East Brunswick Soccer Club (Life Member, Girls Recreational Coach 1986-95, Girls Instructional Division Director 1989-90); East Brunswick Rescue Squad Life Savers’ Party Committee; East Brunswick Long Range Finance and Budget Advisory Committee (1993); New Jersey Commission on Capital Budgeting and Planning-Public Member (1996-2000); East Brunswick Public Schools Thorough & Efficient/Curriculum Committee (1987-89); Highstown Borough Parks and Recreation Commission, March 2018. Charitable Involvement: The Board of Trustees of the Country Swim Club (1987-89); Member of Milltown Jaycees, 1981-2004 (Chair, Children’s Holiday Shopping Spree project 1982-2004, Jaycee of the Year 1991-92); Hugh O’Brian Youth Foundation New Jersey Seminars, Inc. 1991-2000; State of Israel Bonds, Executive Committee member for the Accounting & Financial Services Division; Men’s Club of the East Brunswick Jewish Center (Vice President 1994-95 & 1998-99, Treasurer 1995-98, Man of the Year 1995, Financial Secretary 1993-94); Make A Smile Foundation, Inc. (Founder and Director); Women Helping Women 25th Anniversary Dinner Committee Member. Honors: 1998/1999 NJSCPA Service Award; 1997 Accountant Advocate of the Year; Nicholas Maul Leadership Award for 1998; Listed in the Who’s Who in the East and Who’s Who in American Law (various editions).