About Dan R. Collins

Dan Collins advises on the intricate analysis of US federal tax implications related to mergers and acquisitions, private equity and hedge fund agreements, and capital market offerings. His practice extends to complex spin-offs, de-SPACs and tax-free reorganizations.

Curious and motivated tax advisor who leaves no stone unturned

Unwavering in his commitment to detail, Dan leverages his broad understanding of complex tax laws and his diligent approach to ensure his clients receive the most tax-efficient solutions. Dan also takes a particular interest in staying abreast of the rapidly shifting landscape of digital asset taxation. He has worked closely with sovereign wealth funds, publicly traded and closely held companies, and multinational businesses.

Dan recognizes the human implications of financial and legal decisions and offers compassionate guidance, combining his technical acumen with a calming approach. In his pro bono practice, Dan represents parole-eligible individuals in New York navigating the parole appeal process.

Dan spent a year in the Low-income Taxpayer Clinic at Fordham University School of Law and previously interned for Nassau County Supreme Court Justice John Michael Galasso in the 10th Judicial District of New York.

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