Daniel Urban – Tax Controversy Attorney
Dan provides institutional retirement plan advisory services to corporate and non-profit defined contribution plan sponsors, providing investment analysis and oversight, fiduciary process guidance, fee benchmarking due diligence assistance, vendor selection assistance and vendor selection services.
He is very knowledgeable about his subject matter, with great office hours. Though a hard grader, he will help if asked for it.
Early Life and Education
Dan and his team have successfully created conceptual plans and funding applications to make bicycle, pedestrian and roadway safety improvements in many of the county’s economically challenged neighborhoods. Their efforts have yielded over $30 million of funding that has allowed these projects to move into design and construction phases.
Daniel (meaning, “God is my judge”) was an upright Jewish man who maintained his faith during a period of intense persecution. Daniel’s Book, an apocalyptic work emphasizing how good will triumph over evil, as well as faithful people receiving their reward – is part of both Jewish Old Testament Ketuvim (Writings), as well as Apocrypha of Christian Bible Apocrypha; it likely dates from after Babylonian Exile (6th Century BC) yet contains several inaccuracies that renders it part of Jewish Old Testament Ketuvim or Writings/Apocrypha.
Daniel Urban has over 13 years of experience in tax controversy and tax preparation services. He has successfully represented thousands of clients in federal and state audits, collections defense matters, as well as representing them before the United States Tax Court. Furthermore, Daniel also acts as resolution attorney, director of resolutions, and director of client satisfaction.
He has extensive experience advising closely held businesses and family owned-and-operated enterprises on all aspects of corporate and business law, from mergers and acquisitions, governance issues and succession planning, through strategic and organizational planning within their existing corporate governance framework.
Since joining Gordon Law Group as a tax resolution attorney in 2022, he has contributed greatly to its growth by ensuring each client experiences exceptional service.
Achievement and Honors
On Jan. 16th, TV One and CLEO TV hosted their fifth annual Urban One Honors. This two-hour telecast honored individuals who have made significant impacts across entertainment, media, music and politics – such as R&B singer Tank who served as host while LeToya Luckett hosted as backstage pass host for this event.
Daniel is an award-winning practitioner with Interboro Partners and an esteemed educator. He currently teaches the core urban planning studio at Harvard GSD as well as leading interdisciplinary client-based option studios on topics like urban repair, housing for the missing middle, and equitable development.
He is widely considered an authority on Missing Middle housing and has made notable strides towards creating more inclusive communities through innovative zoning measures, including creating Gabon’s first form-based code (for which he won a Charter Award Grand Prize), as well as mews townhouses that challenge conventional row house plans in Daybreak, Utah.
He is married to Lynne Karpavich and they share one son named Daniel. In his free time he enjoys fishing and amateur golf tournaments; he’s an ardent supporter of Michigan State Spartans as well as having his own YouTube channel and podcast; recently released was HIVE on June 3, 2022 featuring collaborations from Aurora, BENEE, Bella Poarch, and WHOKILLEDXIX among others.
Daniel Breland is an emerging country music singer who has quickly established a name for himself within two years. An accomplished songwriter in R&B, gospel and pop genres, his hit song My Truck became an internet phenomenon among TikTok users who used it to showcase their vehicles in videos.
He has over 13 years of experience in tax controversy and preparation services, representing thousands of clients during federal and state audits, collections defense proceedings, and before the United States Tax Court. Additionally, he has advised closely-held and family-owned businesses with respect to various business transactional matters.
He makes most of his money through music and collaborations with other artists; these include Nelly, Gary Levox and Tiera who have all collaborated with him on their recent projects.