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Adam M. Cohen Appointed to the American College of Tax Counsel Board of Regents

Holland & Hart is pleased to announce that attorney Adam M. Cohen was appointed to the Board of Regents for the American College of Tax Counsel. Adam will serve as the Regent for the Tenth Circuit.

The American College of Tax Counsel is a professional association of tax attorneys in private law firms and in-house legal departments, on the bench, in federal or state government, or in academia. The College serves important roles regarding the nation’s tax laws by communicating with Congress, the Treasury Department and the IRS on federal tax issues and through the filing of “friend of the court” briefs in selected tax cases.

Fellows are elected members recognized for their extraordinary accomplishments and professional achievements and for their dedication to improving the practice of tax law. Adam has also been a Fellow of the College since 2018. The College is governed by a Board of Regents consisting of one Regent for each federal judicial circuit and two at-large Regents. The Board also includes four officers – President, Vice President, Secretary-Treasurer and Last Retiring President.

More information about the College can be here.

Adam is a trusted advisor to institutional investors, fund managers, and companies in fund formation, real estate, energy, and transactions. He is a vital leader in fund formation, corporate, merger and acquisition, master limited partnership, and real estate deal teams, working closely with other lawyers in the firm to achieve clients’ transactional goals.


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