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Dan is Executive Vice President in the Business and Economic Incentives (BEI) Practice of Jones Lang LaSalle.  He has sixteen years of experience in the identification and implementation of state and local tax credits, and the development of financial and tax analysis that enables clients to optimize these opportunities.

Experience
Dan specializes in helping clients identify, negotiate and implement tax and financial credits and incentives.  He has successfully secured a variety of significant incentives for projects throughout the U.S. and Caribbean, including major manufacturing facilities, distribution, disaster recovery and call centers, and headquarters, administrative and retail locations.  Dan has recognized and executed both unique public/private partnerships and statutory credit opportunities, and also enhances negotiating leverage by developing strong business cases and creative supporting analysis to deliver successful outcomes for clients.  He has served clients in multiple industry sectors, including manufacturing, distribution, financial services, information technology, health care, and pharmaceutical businesses.

Prior to joining Jones Lang LaSalle, Dan served as Director and Northeast C&I Practice Leader with Grant Thornton LLP; National Economic Development Services Leader for ADP; and New York Metro Practice Leader for the PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP State and Local Tax Credits, Site Location, and Incentives Practice, all in New York City or New Jersey.  He previously worked for industrial, service and retail concerns, most recently The BOC Group, Inc. (now d.b.a. Linde), where he was U.S. tax attorney and economic development officer.

Education and Affiliations
Dan is a member of the State Bar of New Jersey and a Certified Public Accountant in New York and New Jersey.  His academic credentials include an LL.M. in Taxation from New York University School of Law, a J.D. from Rutgers University School of Law, and a B.S. Accounting from the University of Scranton.  Dan has presented at numerous conferences and symposiums on taxation and economic development (most recently the IPT Credits & Incentives Symposium in Dallas, TX), and has authored multiple published articles on issues relating to credits and incentives. His most recent article, on Financial Services “re-shoring,” was published in the Journal of State Taxation in November, 2012.

Dan is a member of the Hanover Township Economic Development Advisory Committee, Hanover Township Board of Adjustment, and the Board of Directors of Hanover Hockey.