Joseph Falcone

Joseph Falcone graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Buffalo in 1971.  He  went on to earn his Juris Doctorate and graduate in the top ten of his class at Rutgers School of Law in New Jersey in 1974.  He concentrated in tax and had a grade point average that was above an A in that specialty.

Joseph Falcone, who clerked for the IRS’s Office of Chief Counsel in Philadelphia during the summer before his graduating year in law school, worked for the Detroit Office of the IRS’s Chief Counsel’s Office for four years.  In 1978, he joined the Bassey & Selesko law firm where he was made a partner.  After five years with Bassey & Selesko, he left the law firm and entered into a practice with two other attorneys for a period of three years before becoming a solo practitioner.  He now specializes in tax disputes and litigation.

During his 41 year career, Joseph Falcone has represented thousands of clients in hundreds of cases in front of the U.S. Tax Court, U.S. Bankruptcy Courts, U.S. Court of Claims, U.S. District Courts, U.S. Courts of Appeals, U.S. Supreme Court, Michigan Tax Tribunal, Michigan Circuit Courts, Michigan Court of Appeals, Michigan Supreme Court and State and Federal administrative law judges.