Daniel Stahl has concentrated on the taxation of real estate transactions. He develops complex structures for real estate transactions, including sales of partial interests, mergers, divisions, splitting up assets, and like-kind exchanges. He has focused on the intricacies of partnership taxation, and has co-authored in-depth articles on partnership disguised sales and allocation of partnership nonrecourse liabilities. He is also involved in the taxation of transactions involving REITs. He has experience with various forms of debt workout transactions, involving cancellation of indebtedness and lender issues. He co-authors a bi-monthly column on real estate taxation in the New York Law Journal.
He received a B.A. summa cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania, and his J.D. from Columbia University, where he was a James Kent Scholar.
Published: New York Law Journal, August 23, 2017
Published: New York Law Journal, June 28, 2017
Published: New York Law Journal, April 26, 2017
Published: New York Law Journal, February 22, 2017
Published: New York Law Journal, December 28, 2016
Published: New York Law Journal, October 26, 2016