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
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.
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Landlords Sue Trump Administration And CDC Over Executive Order Banning Evictions; Rose Law Group Attorney Dan Gauthier Provides Case Overview
By Christian Britschgi | Reason.com The Trump administration’s controversial nationwide eviction moratorium, issued through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) earlier this month, is now the subject of a lawsuit from landlords who argue that the public health agency exceeded its authority when it unilaterally banned landlords from evicting tenants in state courts. On Friday, the National Apartment
DISCLAIMER: The content from this episode and any other episode affiliated with The Rose Report is not legal advice. On this episode, hosts Madelaine Braggs, Dan Gauthier and Olen Lenets interview Rose Law Group Partner Logan Elia for a look on what’s next for the nation, following the death of the Notorious RBG. The nation honors revolutionary feminist icon late
Trump administration announces new eviction moratorium; Rose Law Group attorney Dan Gauthier explains
Photo by Angela Weiss | AFP | Getty Images By Sarah Hansen | Forbes The Trump Administration announced Tuesday that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will use its authority to temporarily ban residential evictions for certain renters through the end of the year. The moratorium will apply to those individuals who expect to earn $99,000 or less in 2020
Construction contracts in the COVID era; COVID updates essential, says Rose Law Group transactional attorney Dan Gauthier
By David A. Blake | GlobeSt.com Those entering into new construction contracts should include custom language addressing the parties’ respective rights and responsibilities related to COVID-19. Many articles and webinars have focused on how traditional contract clauses in existing contracts may respond to COVID-19 issues. The fit is not always clear. Some guesswork is involved and creativity is called upon as square
Trump’s executive orders: Payroll tax deferral. Rose Law Group attorney Dan Gauthier outlines what this “payroll tax holiday” could mean for employers.
By Daniel Gauthier | Rose Law Group Reporter Over the weekend President Trump signed four executive orders providing COVID-19 related relief to Americans. The President’s actions come as Congress continues to negotiate – and fails to agree on – the next round of COVID-19 stimulus funding. Contained in one of the executive orders is a payroll tax deferral for certain American workers
Potential stimulus bill could allow companies in bankruptcy to pursue PPP loans… says Rose Law Group attorney Dan Gauthier
By Andi Medici | Washington Business Journal Small businesses that have filed for bankruptcy, or nearing that step, might get their own shot at a Small Business Administration Paycheck Protection Program loan under a stimulus provision being debated in Congress. The proposal, filed as part of broader stimulus measures last week by Sens. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., and Susan Collins, R-Maine,