Serving individuals, businesses, nonprofit organizations, and family offices, our cross-disciplinary team brings together a suite of services that helps clients solve one-off matters as well as complex, interrelated challenges that can affect the financial health of any enterprise.

Whether evaluating most favorable strategies to resolve tax controversy matters; managing employee benefit plans before, during, and after an acquisition; or planning for wealth preservation in the family office, Holland & Hart attorneys provide creative solutions to daily challenges that can distract from the business of doing business. Our lawyers represent clients in state and local, federal, and international issues, and we tailor solutions to client needs.

Our practice includes attorneys with expertise in the following key areas:

Employee Benefits
ERISA and Benefits Litigation
Income Tax
State and Local Tax
 

Other Professionals

Employee Benefits Specialist
Wealth Transfer Specialist
Senior Tax Specialist
Employee Benefits Specialist
22 Tax and Benefits Best Lawyers® 2019

22 tax and benefits attorneys recognized in 2019 Best Lawyers® in: Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law; Litigation - ERISA; Litigation and Controversy - Tax; Tax Law

Tax Practitioner of the Year: Utah State Bar

Steve Young: Awarded the 2016 Tax Practitioner of the Year Award by the Tax Section of the Utah State Bar

BTI's Law Firms with the Best Collaboration

One of nine firms nationwide named in 2017 by leading legal decision makers for “standout collaboration”

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