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Randy M. Goodman

Randy Goodman is a partner in the firm’s Washington, D.C. and New York offices and a member of the tax-exempt organizations/nonprofit institutions practice group. He advises leading universities, foundations, businesses, and other major institutions throughout the country in matters concerning nonprofit organizations, retirement and health law, taxation, fiduciary responsibilities, business transactions, and executive compensation.

Randy’s clients include prominent colleges and universities, academic medical centers, and other non-profit institutions and governmental entities, as well as for-profit businesses (both privately and publicly held), professional groups, and individuals.

Prior to joining the firm, Randy was a partner at an international law firm and focused his practice in the areas of tax and executive compensation and employee benefits.

  • Member, District of Columbia Bar Association
  • Member, American Bar Association
  • Former Chair, Compensation and Benefits Section - Exempt Organization Committee of the ABA Section of Taxation

Randy is a frequent lecturer on issues related to nonprofit organizations, retirement and health law, and taxation, and he has served as an instructor in the continuing education programs the IRS provides for its agents. In addition, he has written numerous articles on tax-related issues, a text on retirement and benefit planning, and has been a contributing author for CCH Financial and Estate Planning, The Exempt Organization Tax Review, and The Tax Lawyer.

In addition to practicing law, Randy serves as Adjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown University and for many years served as Adjunct Professor of Public Affairs at Columbia University.

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