PHILADELPHIA, March 2, 2020: Daniel Carmody, a seasoned tax lawyer with wide-ranging partnership planning and structuring experience, has rejoined Morgan Lewis as a partner. Dan returns to Morgan Lewis from PwC, where since 2015 he served in the Washington National Tax Services practice.
Dan advises clients on tax matters involving domestic and international transactions, focusing on structuring partnerships, limited liability companies, and Subchapter S corporations. He also represents clients in audits and administrative matters before the Internal Revenue Service.
“I am delighted to welcome Dan back to Morgan Lewis, where our clients will benefit immensely from his expertise in the private and public sectors,” said Firm Chair Jami McKeon. “Dan has built a well-rounded career at PwC, in government, and in private practice, and he possesses the unique ability to view our clients’ opportunities and challenges through a truly holistic lens.”
Dan earlier served in the Large Business & International Division of the Office of Chief Counsel of the IRS, where he provided substantive and procedural legal advice related to the audits of large corporate taxpayers on issues such as transfer pricing and loss generating transactions. He also previously worked in the Passthroughs & Special Industries Division of the Office of Chief Counsel at the IRS, where he addressed the taxation of partnerships, limited liability companies, and Subchapter S corporations, as well as the application of the passive activity loss rules and at-risk loss limitation provisions.
“Dan is an expert at creating and implementing innovative partnership structures and many on our team say he is one of the most ‘deal smart’ lawyers with whom they have ever worked,” said Barton Basset, leader of Morgan Lewis’s global tax practice. “We anticipate leveraging his partnership tax experience in our nationally recognized investor review investment fund practice, our sponsor-side practice, and in helping our growing family office practice.”