Daniel Sosna assists taxpayers at all stages of federal income tax controversy matters. Daniel’s primary areas of experience include transfer pricing and other international tax issues, TEFRA audit and litigation procedures, and statutes of limitation.
Daniel is also involved in tax planning matters. He recently advised a foreign energy company on the application of FIRPTA to its inbound “F” reorganization and drafted a private letter ruling request involving the tax-exempt bond rules.
During law school, Daniel concentrated his studies in taxation and volunteered as a return preparer with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program. Upon graduating from law school, Daniel received an award for excellence in the study of taxation by the State Bar of Michigan. Daniel attended the Tax LL.M. program at Georgetown University Law Center as a Graduate Tax Scholar.
Georgetown University Law Center, 2011, Master of Laws, with distinction
Michigan State University College of Law, 2009, Juris Doctor, summa cum laude
University of Ottawa, 2009, Bachelor of Laws
Wilfrid Laurier University, 2005, Bachelor of Arts, with distinction
District of Columbia
Awards and Affiliations
Member, Practice Group of the Year, Tax, Law360 (2017)
J. Edgar Murdock American Inn of Court
American Bar Association Section of Taxation
New York State Bar Association
Georgetown University Law Center CALI Award, Partnership Taxation (2010)
Max Lowenstein Scholarship, highest standing in undergraduate economics and financial management (2004)