Daniel Scow represents individuals and companies in a wide range of matters, including business litigation, real estate, tax, probate, and estate planning. Daniel has litigated recent cases involving real estate, business ownership, fiduciary duties, embezzlement, contractual disputes, tax disputes, and contested probate matters. Aside from litigation, Daniel also handles estate planning and real estate transactions.
Prior to starting with King Scow Koch Durham, Daniel worked in Ernst & Young’s Shanghai office assisting clients with international tax planning and due diligence. He worked in mainland China for approximately 2 ½ years and speaks Mandarin Chinese. Before law school, Daniel earned a Master of Accountancy with an emphasis in tax from BYU’s Marriott School of Management.