Clifford Scott Meyer

Partner

Clifford Scott Meyer's diverse practice includes financial and tax Monte Carlo modeling of sophisticated transactions, domestic asset protection, tax reformation of instruments and transactions, closely held business succession planning, technical support for planned giving departments of major institutions and individual tax planning.

Prior to joining Montgomery McCracken, Scott was a partner with the now dissolved law firm of Cohen, Shapiro, Polisher, Shiekman and Cohen.

Scott earned an LL.M. in Taxation from Villanova University in 1985. He received a J.D., cum laude, from University of Pennsylvania in 1981 and graduated, magna cum laude, from Bucknell University in 1976.

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Trusts and Estates

Montgomery McCracken’s Trusts and Estates Practice encompasses the full range of estate planning, business succession planning, and estate and trust administration services for individuals, closely-held businesses, charities, trusts, and estates. […]

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Tax

While tax simplification and fairness are concepts with universal appeal, the undeniable fact is that our tax system has grown increasingly complex and probably will continue to do so. It […]

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Business

Montgomery McCracken’s Business Department works proactively and collaboratively with our clients to advise on the full array of corporate and business issues, ranging from finance and regulatory matters to mergers […]

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Nonprofit

Montgomery McCracken’s Nonprofit Industry Group has experience in representing nonprofits, foundations, public charities and educational organizations. Our active client base includes hundreds of organizations ranging in size from internationally known universities […]

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Credentials

Selected Speaking Engagements
  • Presenter, “29th Annual This Year in Nonprofit Law,” November 20, 2019
  • Presenter, “28th Annual This Year in Nonprofit Law,” November 13, 2018
  • Presenter, “Vetting Gifts of Complex Financial Instruments,” Montgomery McCracken’s 24th Annual “This Year in Nonprofit Law,” November 2014
  • Speaker, “Making the Most of Bequests,” Planned Giving Day, Partnership for Philanthropic Planning of Greater Philadelphia, October 2014
  • Panelist, Section 663 and the Separate Share Regulations, Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s “Tough Problems in Estate Planning”
  • Panelist, All You Need To Know About Taxation of Trusts and Estates, the National Business Institute “Taxation of Trusts and Estates” seminar
Selected Publications
Education

Law School

  • Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law|University of Pennsylvania Law School

Undergraduate School

  • Bucknell University