Anthony V. Diosdi, Esq.
Anthony Diosdi is a Senior Associate with Moskowitz, LLP and concentrates his practice on federal civil tax, federal criminal tax, and international taxation matters. In his ten years-plus career, Mr. Diosdi has served as lead counsel or co-counsel with respect to a number of cases covering the spectrum from tax fraud, wire fraud, securities fraud, bankruptcy, international tax matters, corporation tax matters, and collection matters. In recent years, Mr. Diosdi has been increasingly representing clients in major tax controversy cases involving multi-million dollar disputes. These matters were litigated before the United States Tax Court, United States Bankruptcy Court, Federal District Courts in jurisdictions throughout the United States, United States Federal Court of Claims, as well as in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals. The number of cases Mr. Diosdi has litigated and settled countless cases are literally in the hundreds. However, Mr. Diosdi has over 20 reported cases that can be found in legal research databases such as Lexis or Westlaw.
Mr. Diosdi has also represented many clients before Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Division regarding the determination of income tax evasion and civil examination cases, as well as a multitude of voluntary disclosure cases dated back to the early 2000s.
In addition to Mr. Diosdi’s tax litigation and tax controversy representations, he has developed a substantial international taxation practice. Mr. Diosdi has a gained a wealth of international tax experience prior to joining Moskowitz, LLP. Mr. Diosdi was employed as a tax accountant in an international consulting group that advised foreign persons investing in, doing business in, and immigrating to the U.S., and U.S. persons doing business in, or expatriating to foreign countries with a Big Four accounting firm. Mr. Diosdi also worked as a law clerk in one of Asia’s premier law firms. Mr. Diosdi regularly assists domestic and international clients with compliance of U.S. foreign financial reporting laws, worldwide tax minimization, subpart F planning, and treaty planning.
Mr. Diosdi is a member of the Florida Bar, and is currently licensed to practice before the Internal Revenue Service, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, Federal Claims Court, Federal District Court of Colorado, and the United States Tax Court.
LL.M.- Taxation, Golden Gate University- 2000
J.D.- Quinnipiac University School of law- 1998
B.S.- Political Science, Florida Atlantic University- 1994
State Bar of Florida
United States Tax Court
United States District Court of Colorado
United States Court of Federal Claims
United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
United States Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit
Co-author “Charitable Contributions of Industrial/Commercial Property: Market Tax Benefits, Plus Bargain Sales Revisited” which appeared in the Real Estate Tax Digest (May 2001) P.15
Now since Switzerland has lost its status as a Secrete Tax Haven, should the holders of Secret Swiss Accounts rush to confess to the IRS? San Francisco Business Times, Vol. 23 No. 20, December 19-26, 2008 P. 19.
Benefit Using the LLC. AD Kessler’s Real Estate Magazine (March 2009) P. 14.
How Real Estate Investors Can Deduct Unlimited Losses. Commercial Property. (January/February 2009) P. 7
The Unintended Consequences of Section 1706: ebookpedia net. (February 18, 2010).