Gregory Dahlgren concentrates his practice in the areas of federal, state and local income taxation and general corporate and partnership law with a special emphasis in real estate capital markets.

His experience includes a wide range of transactional matters, including the formation and representation of real estate private equity funds, private real estate investment trusts, real estate joint ventures, corporations, general and limited partnerships, limited liability companies, and tax-exempt investors.

Gregory also frequently represents developers, investors, and lenders in transactions featuring the use of federal low-income housing tax credits and federal historic rehabilitation tax credits. He acts as general tax counsel to C and S corporations, partnerships, real estate private equity funds, real estate investment trusts, tax-exempt pension plans, charitable and other tax-exempt organizations, and limited liability companies regarding all federal, state, and local tax matters, including the acquisition, sale, and leasing of property, like kind exchange transactions, corporate and partnership reorganizations, matters involving unrelated business taxable income, tax return issues, routine income and expense issues, and the obtaining of rulings and handling of controversies with the Internal Revenue Service, including applications for tax-exempt status. He has also acted as developer, underwriter, issuer and bond counsel in connection with taxable and tax-exempt financings.