Michael Haun is a partner in the Tax practice of Paul Hastings and is based in the firm's Los Angeles office.
Mr. Haun provides tax and business advice to a broad range of domestic and international clients in a wide variety of partnership and limited liability company transactions; acquisitions, mergers and dispositions involving corporations, including cross-border transactions; restructuring matters; tax issues involving credit agents; real estate investments; initial coin offerings; and cryptocurrencies and virtual currency matters. He also specializes in tax-subsidized transactions and represents developers, syndicators, investors and lenders with respect to investments that involve low-income housing tax credits; renewable energy tax credits; historic tax credits; new markets tax credits; and opportunity zones.
New York University School of Law, LL.M., 1996
University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law, J.D., 1994 (Florida Journal of International Law, Senior Research Editor)
University of Central Florida, B.S.B.A., 1991
Co-authored "Tax Considerations in Structuring Initial Coin Offerings," appearing as a Special Report in Tax Notes, July 16, 2018"
Co-authored "Tax Issues for Troubled Companies," appearing in 2010 Major Tax Planning, USC Gould School of Law (62nd Tax Institute)
Lectures frequently on tax credit and opportunity zone, cryptocurrency, business, and merger and acquisition issues
Spoken in a number of forums sponsored by various organizations, including the USC Gould School of Law Tax Institute, American Management Association, Multi-Housing World, and numerous other panel discussions and seminars