Title: Vice President, Lawyer
Company: Dunn, MacDonald & Reynolds, PC
Location: Knoxville, Tennessee, United States
Arnold Garson Cohen, Vice President and Lawyer at Dunn, MacDonald & Reynolds, PC, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in business law.
A practicing lawyer and vice president of Dunn, MacDonald & Reynolds, PC in Knoxville, Tennessee, Mr. Cohen specializes in transactional practice, taxation, estate planning, probate, business entities, commercial law, and real estate. In his illustrious career, he has previously served as a law clerk for the Commissioners of U.S. Court of Claims, now known as the U.S. Claims Court, and was an attorney and adviser for three judges of the Tax Court of the United States. Mr. Cohen achieved a Bachelor of Science in economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania before spearheading his legal studies. He later earned a Bachelor of Laws from the Georgetown University Law Center and a Master of Laws in taxation from the George Washington University. To remain abreast in his industry, Mr. Cohen maintains affiliation with the Tennessee Bar Association, the Knoxville Bar Association, and Knoxville Jewish Community Family and Friends. He once served as Chair of the Tax Section of the Tennessee Bar Association.
Mr. Cohen notably served as a president of the East Tennessee Society of the Archaeological Institute of America and Knoxville Estate Planning Council, as well as president, vice president, and secretary of the East Tennessee Chapter of the Federal Bar Association. He also formerly sat on the board of directors for the Knoxville Jewish Alliance, City People, Tanasi Counsel of the Girl Scouts of America and Tennessee Federal Tax Institute, of which he is also a former ex officio member. He was also vice president and a board member to the Beck Cultural Exchange Center, Inc. and the Race Relations Center of East Tennessee. A former member of the board of visitors to the University of Tennessee Department of Religious Studies, Mr. Cohen is a past chair of the Men’s Cabinet of the Knoxville Jewish Alliance, Community Relations Commission and Knoxville Roundtable National Conference of Christians and Jews. Presently, among his civic duties, he is involved with numerous religious, charitable, and educational organizations.
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