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Daniel S. Hoops, B.M.A., J.D., LL.M.

Daniel S. Hoops, B.M.A., J.D., LL.M.

Chair, Accounting and Taxation

(248) 823-1334

dhoops@walshcollege.edu


Areas of Expertise
                                                                                                          

Tax law

Estate planning

Ethics

Business consulting


 

Professor Hoops has been engaged in the practice of law and business consulting since 1995. He is the co-author, along with his father and brother (Frederick K. Hoops and Frederick H. Hoops, III) of a six- volume treatise entitled “Planning for Estates and Administration in Michigan” and a two-volume treatise entitled “Family Estate Planning Guide”, both published by WestGroup. 


He is also a contributing author of “Connecting the Dots: Tyree Guyton’s Heidelberg Project”, published by the Wayne State University Press. Prof. Hoops has been a featured speaker for the Association for Health Care Philanthropy, State Bar of Michigan Section on Taxation, and the National Business Institute on a wide variety of business and taxation issues.


Prof. Hoops is a business columnist for the Hometown Newspapers 


 

Education  LL.M., University of Miami School of Law
J.D., Michigan State University, Detroit College of Law
B.M.A., University of Michigan 
Professional Activities 

Board of Directors, Arts Novi
Board of Directors, The Heidelberg Project
President's Leadership Council, Detroit Cristo Rey High School


Academic Articles: Estate Planning with Digital Assets

Audio Clip: Click below to listen to Professor Hoops on The Craig Fahle Show on WDET 101.9FM Detroit where he addressed estate planning for your social media assets.

Video Clip:  Below Professor Hoops is featured on Street Beat on CW50 where he addresses estate planning for your social media assets.

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