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Daniel Dodge Joins the Gibbons Corporate Group

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March 18, 2022

Gibbons P.C. is pleased to announce that Daniel J. Dodge has joined the firm as an associate in the Corporate Group, resident in the New York office.

Most recently, Mr. Dodge was a Senior Associate at Ernst & Young LLP, where he drafted and analyzed tax documents for a variety of tax-related exposures and issues. He also drafted due diligence reports concerning the transfer of assets subject to the anti-churning regulations, consequences of failure to prepare transfer pricing documents, and debt-to-equity recharacterization. Mr. Dodge has experience researching such tax law topics as the requirements to qualify for an exemption under Section 1202; the triggering of deferred intercompany transactions when an entity exits a consolidated group; and the circumstances under which a corporation triggers taxable income under IRC Section 304. He has prepared structure plans and client reports concerning U.S. tax consequences for acquisitions of partnerships, corporations filing separately, and corporations carved-out of a consolidation group.

While in law school, Mr. Dodge served as an Honors Student Intern for the Securities & Exchange Commission. In this capacity, he analyzed and prepared memoranda on legal issues, including jurisdiction, usury, and choice of law.

Mr. Dodge earned his J.D. from Cornell Law School, where he was the General Editor of the Cornell International Law Journal, and his B.S. from University of Miami. He is admitted to practice in the states of New York, Florida, and Texas.