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Holland & Hart's Adam Cohen Receives Larry M. Katz Distinguished Service Award

Awarded by the ABA Section of Taxation Partnerships and LLCs Committee

Holland & Hart’s Adam Cohen was honored as the recipient of the Larry M. Katz Distinguished Service Award by the ABA Section of Taxation Partnerships and LLCs Committee at its annual May meeting. Established in 1999 to honor the memory of distinguished Committee member Larry Katz, this award is presented to a practitioner in the field of partnership taxation who has demonstrated extraordinary service and dedication in their practice and to the Committee. Adam joins a prestigious group of recipients who are among the most well-respected practitioners in the their profession.

“This award is an elite honor presented to a dedicated attorney committed to advancing the taxation section members through education on the taxation of partnerships and LLCs,” said Laura Dinan, the firm’s Tax and Benefits Practice Group Leader. “We congratulate Adam on this well-deserved recognition.”

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. He is also the ABA Section of Taxation Council Director and the Partnerships & LLCs Committee Past-Chair.


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