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Domenick R. Lioce, Esq

Domenick R. Lioce, born in Paterson, New Jersey, February 13,1951; admitted to the bar 1979, Florida; U.S. District Court, U.S. Tax Court, U.S. Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit. Undergraduate, graduate and legal education at Florida State University (B.S., 1973; M.A., 1978; J.D., 1979). Mr. Lioce has been a Certified Public Accountant in Florida since 1976. Member: Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants; Florida Bar Association: Member of the Tax Section, Chairman and Member of the Tax Section Board of Directors, Member of the Executive Council, and Chairman of the Tax Sponsors Committee and Chairman of the Long-Range Planning Committee; also Member and Vice Chairman of The Business Law Section Bar/FICPA Liaison Committee; Member of the Drafting Committee of the New Florida Revised Limited Liability Company Act; Former Member of the Drafting Committee of The Florida Revised Limited Partnership Act and the Florida Revised Partnership Act; American Association of Attorney-CPA's: President of the Florida Chapter, Member of the National Board of Directors and Executive Committee, Treasurer; Member of the National Continuing Education Committee and the Meetings Committee and Chairman of the National Sponsors Committee; Director and Past President of Palm Beach Tax Institute; Member and past Board Member of Florida State Alumni Association; past Chairman and Director of Forum Club of the Palm Beaches. Mr. Lioce is rated AV (the highest rating possible) by the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory.

Author: "Partnership of P.A.'s" (1980); "The New Incentive Stock Option Created under the Economic Recovery Act of 1982;" "Dealer vs. Investor Status" (1985); "The 1986 Tax Reform Act" (1986); "Contesting Commercial Property Assessments" published in the Palm Beach Post and the South Florida Business Journal, 1991; "Don't be a "C" if you can help it". Co-author, "Partnership Law Update" published in Fall 1994; "Partnership Law Update" (1995); "The Florida Revised Uniform Partnership Act" (1995); "Disregarded Entities" (2001); "New Tax Rules Remove Roadblock to Limiting Liability" (2001); "It's Time to Convert!" (from C Corporation to S Corporation) (2002); "Unreasonable Low Compensations: The Story of the Three Little Pigs" (2003); "Choice of Entity" Florida Bar Tax Certification Exam Outline, updated February, 2010. The Florida Bar Journal: "Chinks in the Armour: Current Trends in Limited Liability Companies After Olmstead" (January 2011).