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DAVID BROUDE (1896-1969)

David Broude was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in 1928, after service in the Navy during World War I and practice as an accountant and revenue agent in the United States Bureau of Internal Revenue.  Until his death in 1969, Mr. Broude engaged in practice in the fields of taxation, trusts and estates.  He was qualified to practice before the U.S. Tax Court and the United States Supreme Court.  He wrote a regular column for Barrons on taxation and legal subjects.    

ALVIN S. HOCHBERG (1920-2013)

Alvin Hochberg joined the practice in the early 1950’s and was an active member of the firm for six decades.   Mr. Hochberg  attended New York University, School of Commerce, Accounts and Finance, and graduated from Harvard Law School in 1948.   He served as Captain and pilot of a B-25 in the U.S. Air Force from 1942-1945, flying 54 missions in the South Pacific.  He was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in 1948, and was a member of the Boston, Massachusetts and American Bar Associations for over 60 years. 

Mr. Hochberg was a long standing Member of the Board of Governors of the American Jewish Committee, Former Chairman, New England Region, American Jewish Committee, former Massachusetts Commissioner of Aeronautics; Former Director, Massachusetts Mental Health Research Corporation; Former Vice Chairman, Newton Democratic City Committee; Former Director, League School of Boston. 

His skills were wide ranging and he considered himself a general practitioner, though his primary areas of practice were tax, trusts and estates law, real estate, and general business practice.  He represented many individuals and families, served as trustee of numerous trusts and as corporate director of several companies, including one on the American Stock Exchange.

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