Practice Areas: Real Estate Transactions, Business and Corporate Transactions, Opportunity Zones, Land Use, Litigation, Bankruptcy and Restructuring, Real Property Lease Defaults, Terminations and Recoveries, Real Property Lending Defaults, Foreclosures and Recoveries, Creditor Representation in Bankruptcy Proceedings, NFT Law, Web3, Metaverse
Daniel Gauthier is a member of Rose Law Group’s Real Estate Transactions and Business and Corporate Transactions practice groups.
Dan’s practice consists of a range of real estate and business matters. His real estate practice concentrates on commercial real estate transactions, including purchase and sale, development, syndication, leasing, financing, as well as property and land use matters. Dan also advises businesses and entrepreneurs on a variety of transactional matters. Dan also represents investors and developers in connection with the Opportunity Zone incentive and has spoken or presented at a number of events on the topic.
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 co-hosts The Rose Report podcast, which endeavors to break down legal issues embedded in current events.
In The News
Mohave County to allow dispensary to open near Kingman; Dan Gauthier, real estate transactions attorney at Rose Law Group, makes the case
(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Kingman Property Group.) By The Miner KINGMAN – After a spirited debate the Mohave County Board of Supervisors voted 3-2 to approve a proposed marijuana dispensary for receiving a special use permit on Nov. 7. Voting to support the permit were Supervisors Jean Bishop, Buster Johnson and Chairman Ron Gould. Making the initial motion to deny was
(Best Practices Panel from left to right: Clint Edington, Gordon Goldie, Dan Gauthier, Ashley Tison) Here’s why we need more opportunity zone development By Madelaine Braggs | Rose Law Group Reporter The nation’s largest convention for opportunity zone investors, developers and legal professionals featured insights from the industry’s brightest, including Rose Law Group attorney Dan Gauthier. “Continued and increased opportunity
Dan Gauthier, attorney at Rose Law Group, a featured panelist at the country’s largest Opportunity Zone Expo￼
Network and learn at the country’s largest Opportunity Zone Expo on Oct. 3! Network, learn and mingle at the in-person Opportunity Zone Expo in Phoenix, Arizona in October. The event is the industry’s largest conference dedicated to Opportunity Zone stakeholders. Join the conference to network, check out sponsor booths in our exhibitor hall and watch moderated panels. The expo will
Dan Gauthier, transactional attorney at Rose Law Group, also named CLO at Zoned PropertiesDan Gauthier, transactional attorney at Rose Law Group, named CLO at Zoned Properties
By Phoenix Business Journal Zoned Properties Inc. (OTCQB: ZDPY), a leading real estate development firm for emerging and highly regulated industries, announces Daniel Gauthier as Chief Legal Officer. Gauthier will serve multiple roles for Zoned Properties including Chief Compliance Officer and Corporate Secretary while also maintaining his law practice at the highly esteemed Rose Law Group PC in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Gauthier maintains role with Rose Law Group By Arizona Digital Free Press Scottsdale-based Zoned Properties, which is a real estate development firm for emerging and highly regulated industries including legalized cannabis, has named Daniel Gauthier as chief legal officer. Mr. Gauthier is taking on this role in addition to his employment duties at the Rose Law Group, officials there say. In his
Arizona sports fans are cashing in on legalized sports betting for the first time. The state economy broke records with the highest ever sports betting debut. But not everyone is happy. Some homeowners say that legalized sports betting combined with big sporting events — like the NCAA Final Four, NBA playoffs and the upcoming NFL Super Bowl — end up attracting sports fans