Florida Atlantic University, Bachelor of Arts, 2002
Nova Southeastern University, Juris Doctorate, 2007
University of Denver, Master of Laws (Taxation), 2008
Michael is a principal in CLA's Federal Tax Strategies group and oversees the Mountain West region's Research & Development Tax Credit practice. He provides specialized tax services for clients across a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, software, architecture and engineering, and bioscience. His primary areas of focus are research tax credits, mergers and acquisitions, manufacturing incentives, and fixed assets. He also works with clients to capture and support various state-level credits and incentives.