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Adam Cohen Elected Fellow of American College of Tax Counsel

Holland & Hart partner Adam Cohen has been elected as a Fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel (ACTC). The ACTC is a professional association of tax attorneys recognized for their extraordinary accomplishments and professional achievements and for their dedication to improving the practice of tax law. Fellows must be nominated by their peers and undergo a rigorous screening process. The organization is limited to 700 tax attorneys across the United States.

“We congratulate Adam on his fellowship in the American College of Tax Counsel. It is a well-deserved recognition honoring his accomplishments as a tax practitioner,” said Laura Dinan, the firm’s Tax and Benefits Practice Group Leader. “Membership in the ACTC is an elite distinction reserved for tax attorneys who are at the top of their profession.”

Recognized as a leading tax lawyer in Colorado and nationwide, Adam provides strategic advice to clients about the tax aspects of structuring the formation, acquisition, disposition, operation, and liquidation of businesses. He counsels a number of funds focused on investing in various sectors of the economy, including hedge funds, venture capital funds, oil and gas funds, and real estate funds. Adam is a quarterly columnist for the Journal of Passthrough Entities and he co-chairs the firm’s Master Limited Partnership and Multifamily and Affordable Housing Development practices.

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