Gray Reed & McGraw welcomes experienced tax attorney Dan Kroll to the firm’s Houston office. He concentrates on federal income taxation, and in particular, on the tax, structuring and business issues facing the real estate industry and other private equity arrangements. He frequently counsels clients regarding the tax-efficient structuring of real estate investments and private business acquisitions and dispositions.

“Over the last 20 years, I learned that my passion is getting to know and represent clients as individuals,” Kroll said. “Gray Reed provides a platform to better serve my clients and to expand my practice to do more of the work I want to do. I’m looking forward to the next 20 years.”

Kroll is also a certified public accountant and an adjunct professor of law at the University of Houston Law School, where he teaches federal income tax consequences of real estate investments and transactions to L.L.M. students.

“Dan’s goals align very well with Gray Reed’s,” Gray Reed President and Managing Director Cary Gray said. “His work is highly respected and we are delighted he has chosen to join Gray Reed. His presence complements our tax practice and brings a new level of depth and expertise for our clients.”


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