Laski & Gordon was established in 1983. The surviving partner, Mortimer L. Laski, has extensive experience in tax and tax related matters. Mr. Laski had four years of public accounting experience and then worked for the Internal Revenue Service as a Revenue Agent, Manager, and Estate and Gift Tax Attorney. Mr. Laski left the government in 1982 to go into private practice, and in 1983 joined with Kenneth G. Gordon (deceased 2013) to form Laski & Gordon.
Our firm represents individuals, partnerships, corporations, estates and trusts in all aspects of tax planning, and civil tax controversy matters.
Our civil tax controversy practice includes representation before all the administrative levels of the Internal Revenue Service, California Franchise Tax Board, California Employment Development Department, California State Board of Equalization, and the City of Los Angeles.
The firm’s controversy practice entails tax examinations, administrative appeals, tax litigation, and tax collection matters. In addition, our firm represents our clients’ interests before the United States Tax Court As an adjunct to our extensive tax practice, we also represent clients in probate matters.