Dan is a member of Rose Law Group’s Real Estate Transactions, Business and Corporate Transactions and Litigation practice groups. Dan’s practice consists on a range of real estate and business matters, including commercial and residential transactions, syndication, acquisition and development, financing and strategic planning.
Dan is experienced with utilizing tax incentives in real estate and business transactions, and in particular with respect to forming and structuring Qualified Opportunity Funds for investment in Qualified Opportunity Zones.
Dan is passionate about giving back to the community. Previously, Dan coordinated a pro bono program at a large legal non-profit that assisted over 4,000 indigent Arizonans each year.
Dan is a graduate of the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, where he was a Pedrick Scholar and an articles editor of Jurimetrics: The Journal of Law, Science, and Technology. He is the founder and former president of the American Constitution Society, ASU Chapter and the former president of the ASU Disability Law Project. Dan earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Arizona.
In his free time he enjoys cooking, cycling, and playing board games.
Sacramento developer to build $75M apartments in downtown Phoenix; Dan Gauthier, Rose Law Group transactional attorney handling many Opportunity Zone investments, talks O-Zone projects with PBJ
Several multifamily projects in the pipeline around the Valley’s urban core By Angela Gonzales | Phoenix Business Journal San Francisco-based JMA +
Land getting premium pricing in Opportunity Zones; Dan Gauthier, Rose Law Group transactional attorney handling many Opportunity Zone investments, sheds light
Real Estate Daily News Globe St.com is reporting investors and developers are paying a premium for land sites in opportunity zones. +
Opportunity Zones can drive development of renewable energy; Dan Gauthier, Rose Law Group transactional attorney, comments
By James Ellsmoor | Forbes Contributor The race is now on to determine whether renewable energy developers can catch up to +