Keven Danow was awarded the degree of Juris Doctor, with honors, from Fordham
University School of Law and has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree,
with honors, from Adelphi University.
In addition to being licensed to practice law in the State of New York, Mr.
Danow was certified as a public accountant by the New York State Education
Department. His experience includes four years as an agent of the Internal
Revenue Service, rising to handle complex cases in the Large Case Division.
This division is responsible for the tax audits of companies whose assets equal
or exceed two hundred fifty million dollars.
Mr. Danow's particular areas of concentration include guiding clients through
the regulation complexities involved in the manufacture, importation, distribution
and sale of beverage alcohol. Mr. Danow's clients include suppliers,
distributors, and retailers. His responsibilities include guiding
clients through the process of applying for basic federal permits,
label approval and state licensing procedures. In addition, Mr. Danow
advises clients in connection with federal and state regulatory compliance.
Mr. Danow's practice areas include commercial litigation in Federal and State
Courts and administrative hearings before the Internal Revenue Service,
the New York Tax Appeals Tribunal, the State Liquor Authority, the State
Department of Transportation and the American Arbitration Association.
Additionally, he is regularly involved in estate planning, drafting wills
and trusts, and negotiating and drafting agreements concerning the formation,
purchase, and sale of businesses.
Mr. Danow is an Contributing Editor
of Beverage Media and lectures in the area of beverage alcohol law on faculty
the Lawline faculty.
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