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Bradley R. Marsh is a is a San Francisco administrative shareholder of Greenberg Traurig, where he focuses his law practice on tax controversy matters, including property, sales, payroll, business license, employment, franchise, parcel, district, documentary transfer, transient occupancy, utility user, income, parking, gift and estate taxes. Marsh represents clients in audits, litigation and administrative hearings, as well as analyzing transactions and business models, and providing legislative solutions.
Marsh’s professional and community involvement includes service as a member of the California State Bar Association, Taxation Section (2006-Present) and as member of its Executive Committee (2013-2014), chair of its State and Local Tax Committee (2009), and chair of its Young Tax Lawyers Committee (2007); member of the Law360 Tax Editorial Advisory Board (2014-2015); member of the California Chamber of Commerce Taxation Committee (2015-Present); member of the Council on State Taxation (2017); member of the SF Tax Club (2013-Present); member of Cal Tax (2007-Present); member of the Institute for Professionals in Taxation (2013-Present); adjunct professor at Golden Gate University’s tax LL.M. program (2009-Present); adjunct professor at Santa Clara University Law School (Spring 2015); participant at the Eagle Lodge West Conference (2005, 2007-2014, 2016-2017); member of the Bar Association of San Francisco, Taxation Section, Executive Committee (2010-2013); and city councilman of Larkspur, CA (2011-2013).
Marsh has been listed in The Legal 500 United States’ Tax - Tax Controversy (2015); Super Lawyers magazine’s Northern California Super Lawyers’ “Rising Stars” (2005-2007, 2011-2015); and The Recorder’s “Lawyers on the Fast Track” (2013). Marsh earned his juris doctor degree from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law in 2003, where he was listed in Hastings College of Law’s “Generation Now” and received his tax concentration certificate; and his bachelor’s degree in English, with honors, from California State University, Northridge in 2000. Marsh is admitted to practice law in California, and before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, and the U.S. Tax Court.
Keith Schiller, Esq., of the Schiller Law Group, a PLC, of Alamo, California, has greater than 42 years of experience with taxation, tax compliance, and estate and business succession planning. Schiller works with clients and consults with estate planning, trust administration, estate tax, gift tax and GST tax compliance (review of returns, audits, appeals and Tax Court), and with tax practitioners throughout California.
Schiller is the author of the award-winning reference book, Art of the Estate Tax Return — Estate Planning At The Movies, now in its second edition and published by Bloomberg BNA. The book reveals Schiller’s best practice pointers, his insights from co-teaching with the IRS for 17 years, and practical recommendations from over 25 leading practitioners across the country who contributed to the book. Schiller has taught estate tax return and audit practice with IRS estate tax attorneys, group managers, and appeals officers since 1996.
Schiller is a member of the advisory board for Bloomberg, BNA’s Estates, Gifts and Trusts Journal and a member of the consulting board for the Leimberg Information Services, Inc. newsletter. He has taught over 15 courses for the CalCPA Education Foundation and received the 2000 and 2010-2011 awards for Outstanding Course Materials. Schiller is a certified specialist in taxation law and estate planning, probate, and trust law by the State Bar of California. He received a juris doctor degree from U.C. Berkeley (Boalt Hall) in 1974, master of business administration (taxation) from Golden Gate University in 1980, and a bachelor’s degree from UCLA in 1971, where he served as undergraduate student body president.
From another passion, Schiller chaired the Yosemite License Plate Campaign, during which he lobbied passage for the law approving the Yosemite license plate and directed the state-wide marketing and sales campaign. The Yosemite license plate has raised in excess of $38 million for the preservation of Yosemite and California conservation.