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Daniel Thomas Hartnett

Daniel Thomas Hartnett

Practice areas:

Tax, White Collar Crime, Tax Fraud & Tax Evasion, Securities & Investment Fraud, Business, Lawsuits & Disputes

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About Me

Built on the foundation of his service as a federal prosecutor and a civil trial attorney with the U.S. Justice Department's Tax Division, Mr. Hartnett's practice now focuses on assisting individuals and entities in 6 areas:
- federal criminal prosecutions,
- federal civil tax controversies,
- conducting corporate internal investigations,
- professionals before licensing authorities,
- witnesses in federal investigations, and
- federal and state appeals.

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Languages Spoken: German

Practice Areas

Licensed since 1977

  1. Tax: 40%
    33 years
  2. White Collar Crime: 20%
    38 years
  3. Tax Fraud & Tax Evasion: 15%
    33 years
  4. Business: 10%
    30 years
  5. Other: 15%
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Contact Info

135 South Lasalle Street, Suite 3200
Chicago, IL, 60603-4135

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License

StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
ILActive And Authorized To Practice Law197708/17/2015

Professional Misconduct

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Work Experience

TitleCompany NameDuration
AttorneyMartin, Brown & Sullivan, Ltd.1992 - Present
AttorneySilets and Martin, Ltd.1986 - 1992
Trial AttorneyU.S. Department of Justice, Tax Division1982 - Present
CaptainU.S.Army1978 - 1982

Associations

Association NamePosition NameDuration
American Bar Association, Taxation SectionN/A1986 - Present
Chicago Bar AssociationFederal Tax Committee, member, former Chair Practice & Procedure1986 - Present

Publications

Publication NameTitleDate
Journal of Tax Practice & ProcedureChanges to the Sentencing Guidelines in Tax Offenses: More Pain, What Gain?2001
Practice Under the Federal Sentencing GuidelinesTax and Money Laundering Offenses Under the Sentencing GuidelinesN/A

Education

School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
Loyola University of ChicagoLawJD - Juris Doctor1977
University of Notre DameGeneral Program of Liberal StudiesA.B.1974

Speaking Engagements

Conference NameTitleDate
RSM McGladrey Tax ConferenceCurrent Tax Controversy Topics2003
American Bar Association, Tax SectionWhat to Do About Dad's Swiss Bank Account2003
American Bar Association, Tax SectionAmendments to the Sentencing Guidelines: the Changes and the Issues for White Collar Offenses2002
American Bar Association, Tax SectionPractical Gidance for Clients Reporting to the U.S. Bureau of Prisons2000