Franklin L. Green is chairman emeritus of the Tax Department, resident in Fried Frank's New York office. He joined the Firm in 1987.
Mr. Green has authored various articles on tax-related topics including:
"Exercising Judgment in the Wonderland Gymnasium" (90 Tax Notes No. 12, 1691, 2001);
"The Folly of Long-Term Tax Planning: Comments on the Instability of the Tax Law" (74 Tax Notes 481, 1997);
"GCM 39862: A Case Study in the Revocation of Letter Rulings" (57 Tax Notes No. 10, 1301, 1992) with Ronald Lehmann;
"Section 1253 Revisited: A Case Study of Modern Reform" (56 Tax Notes No. 10, 1329, 1992).
Emeritus member, Tax Forum
Member, Association of the Bar of the City of New York
Member, New York State Bar Association
Member, American Bar Association