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.
In The News
Here’s what small business owners want from the next GOP Covid-19 bill; RLG attorney Dan Gauthier comments
Darla Mercado | CNBC Details of Senate Republicans’ version of a coronavirus aid bill are starting to emerge. Accountants question whether it will provide enough relief to small businesses. GOP lawmakers expect to release their aid bill next week. The proposal is expected to call for another round of stimulus checks and an extension of the enhanced federal unemployment payments –
How will Subchapter 5 of the Bankruptcy Code impact landlords? RLG attorney Dan Gauthier provides insight
By John Egan | National Real Estate Investor Recent revisions to the U.S. Bankruptcy Code might open the door to headaches and heartaches for landlords that rent to small businesses. In August 2019, Congress created what’s known as Subchapter 5 of the Bankruptcy Code. Subchapter 5 is designed to streamline the Chapter 11 bankruptcy process for small businesses and slash their
Burger chain turns pioneer for new small-business bankruptcy law; RLG attorney Dan Gauthier comments
By Shane Shifflett | Wall Street Journal Twisted Root Burger was a Texas success story, expanding from one casual restaurant in 2006 to 24 sites including restaurants, bars, a brewery and a theater. Now, the company is moving fast in another direction—into bankruptcy. The chain shut down in March. Some sites reopened in June only to be shut down again
By Angela Gonzales | Phoenix Business Journal Tenant traffic at metro Phoenix apartments has steadily improved since the beginning of April, according to a new report from Radix, a Scottsdale-based data research firm that tracks apartment activity nationwide. Research conducted through July 1 shows a narrowing gap in potential tenant visits to apartments compared with traffic during the same time
The 1031 exchange deadline extension: Breathing room or double-edged sword? RLG attorney Dan Gauthier comments
By David Wieland | Forbes In the pre-coronavirus world, April 15 was an important date, representing the deadline for U.S. residents and citizens to file federal income taxes. However, in the current environment, that drop-dead deadline has been pushed to July 15, 2020. The upcoming mid-July deadline is also important for those making use of section 1031 of the U.S.
On this episode, hosts Wafa Shahid, Dan Gauthier and Olen Lenets interview Rose Law Group partner Logan Elia about police powers and free speech in the aftermath of the events following George Floyd’s tragic death. This episode is split into two parts given the importance and gravity of the topic. The first part covers police powers and the second part covers free speech. Elia provides thoughtful analysis on various