Kenneth N. Hall
Ken Hall represents clients in a variety of transactional and tax matters. Tax planning is an essential part of many transactions and Mr. Hall, along with the rest of the firm’s tax planning practice, provides sophisticated tax and business planning advice in connection with acquisitions, divestitures, mergers and restructures. Mr. Hall advises clients in complex federal and state sales and income tax audits and related administrative appeals and tax litigation. His practice includes representing buyers, sellers and lenders in all aspects of real estate development and finance with an emphasis on tax efficient transactions, including the use of 1031 exchanges. As part of his work with entrepreneurs and closely held businesses, Mr. Hall advises on estate and business succession planning.
Mr. Hall is licensed in both Arkansas and Missouri and maintains an active practice in Southwest Missouri. He has assisted in the creation of numerous condominium developments and has thorough knowledge of both Missouri’s condominium law and Arkansas’ horizontal property regime statute. Among significant tax controversy matters, Mr. Hall successfully argued a multimillion dollar tax refund case before the Missouri Supreme Court on behalf of numerous venues located in Branson, Missouri.
Mr. Hall received his law degree from the University of Arkansas School of Law in 1993. He obtained his Master of Laws degree in Taxation from the University of Missouri-Kansas City in 2000.