Clients say Mr. Kahn "has a good combination of technical skill and practical understanding. He's incredibly responsive and I enjoy working with him."Chambers USA 2017

David O. Kahn

Boston
  • 200 Clarendon Street
  • Boston, MA 02116
  • USA
 
 

David Kahn is the chair of the Boston Office Tax Department and of the firm's Tax-Exempt Organization Practice. While Mr. Kahn's tax practice is broad based, his areas of concentration include the federal taxation of corporations, s-corporations and partnerships, including the federal tax consequences associated with taxable and tax-free mergers and acquisitions and dispositions, spin-offs, and corporate and partnership reorganizations.

Mr. Kahn has significant experience with tax issues of interest to emerging companies and their investors. He also has substantial experience with tax-exempt organizations and transactions and issues of interest to such entities. Mr. Kahn has served as the Chair of the Corporate Tax Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, and has authored numerous articles dealing with various aspects of federal taxation.

Mr. Kahn is a recipient of the President’s Volunteer Service Award from President Obama in connection with his service on the IRS Taxpayer Advocacy Panel from 2009 through 2011, and has been recognized as a leading tax advisor in The Legal 500 US and Chambers USA.

Mr. Kahn has represented:  

  • Boston Scientific Corporation 
  • Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. 
  • The Scripps Research Institute 
  • Great Hill Partners 
  • TA Associates
  • Wayfair, Inc. 
  • John Muir Health
  • LogMeIn, Inc. 
  • Perella Weinberg Partners
  • New Heritage Capital, LLC 
  • Harvest Partners 
  • Westview Capital Partners
 
 
 
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