Winchester resident David G. Saliba has been appointed vice chair of the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Taxation Law Section by MBA President Robert L. Holloway Jr.
His appointment began Sept. 1.
The MBA’s Taxation Law Section has been a driving force behind tax reform in Massachusetts. It acts as a forum for members to foster important ties with the government, Internal Revenue Service and the Department of Revenue while suggesting legislation, providing services to the section and the bar and acting as the liaison between the section’s membership and the MBA House of Delegates.
Saliba is a partner at Saliba & Saliba in Boston, where he exclusively practices in the area of property taxation. He is past co-chair of the MBA’s Municipal Tax Practice Group.
Previously Saliba worked at the Massachusetts Department of Revenue Office of Special Investigations. He writes a quarterly tax column for the American Property Tax Counsel, authored the Legal Opinion Column for the newsletter of the Massachusetts Association of Assessing Officers from 1982 to 2000, and also wrote a monthly column for GlobeSt.com.
The MBA’s 17 sections and Young Lawyers Division provide lawyers with up-to-date information on specific areas of law, monitor law-related legislation, sponsor professional education programs and provide information on the law for the general public.
-Submitted by the Massachusetts Bar Association