Anthony K. Mallgren

Mr. Mallgren was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 1952. He received his B.A. degree in political science from Stanford University in 1974, his J.D. degree from Arizona State University in 1977, and his Master of Laws in Taxation (LL.M.) from the University of Denver in 1981. He was admitted to practice in the State of Colorado and before the Tax Court and Federal District Courts in May 1978.

In June 1978, Mr. Mallgren entered private practice with the law firm of Silver & Gelt, P.C. His duties included consulting with professional and business clients in the formation and ownership of corporations and partnerships for the operation of professional practices, businesses and real estate. He also represented clients before the Internal Revenue Service and Tax Court. In 1979, Mr. Mallgren formed the firm of Mallgren & Podoll, P.C., with two other attorneys. He continued to advise clients with regard to the ownership and operation of various types of professional practices, businesses and investments. These services included the integration of their business and personal tax, estate and financial matters.

In 1981, Mr. Mallgren became an associate attorney with the law firm of Pendleton & Sabian, P.C., and became a shareholder and director in 1983. His practice continued to emphasize the integration of personal and business planning for owners of closely-held businesses as well as tax and structuring advice to publicly held companies.

In June 1990, Mr. Mallgren left Pendleton & Sabian and formed Mallgren & Associates, P.C., which became Mallgren & Ferrell, P.C., with the addition of Mr. Ferrell in 1999.

Mr. Mallgren was an adjunct professor at the University of Denver Graduate Tax Program in 1983 and 1984. He co-authored The Revenue Act of 1978 in the Colorado Lawyer, January and February 1979. He authored Tax Tips, Closing Costs in Personal Residence Purchases in the July 1979, issue of the Colorado Lawyer, and Limitation on Deduction for Investment Interest is Particularly Burdensome for Leased Property in the spring issue of the Journal of Taxation of Investments.

He has been a frequent lecturer for Continuing Legal Education of Colorado, Inc., on such subjects as Estate Planning, Creative Real Estate Planning and Compensation Planning. He was a lecturer at the 31st Annual University of Denver Tax Institute on Creative Tax Planning for Real Estate; to the Colorado Society of C.P.A.s in 1983 on Participating Financing Arrangements; and to the Colorado Annual Real Estate Symposium on Participating Financing Arrangements. He has presented a series of lectures on the integration of business planning and estate planning for smaller professional groups, and is a frequent participant in estate planning, limited liability company and partnership forums sponsored by the ABA on the Internet.