Ryan Law Firm Welcomes Danielle Ahlrich as National Practice Leader for Transaction Tax

April 9, 2024

Ryan Law Firm, PLLC (“Ryan Law), an industry-leading tax litigation firm, announces that Danielle Ahlrich has joined the Firm as its new National Practice Leader for Transaction Tax. She will be based out of Ryan Law’s Austin, Texas office.

Danielle primarily focuses her practice on sales and use tax and franchise/income tax, with expertise in Texas. She represents taxpayers across a wide range of industries and through all phases of the tax controversy process. Before joining Ryan Law, Danielle was a partner at a boutique state tax litigation firm. She then joined one of the nation’s largest law firms to oversee the Firm’s expansion of its state tax practice into the Texas market.

“I cannot imagine a better person to oversee our continued growth in the transactional space,” said Kory L. Ryan, Founder and Managing Partner of Ryan Law Firm PLLC. “Danielle’s unparalleled skill, deep knowledge, and commitment to providing best-in-class client service will bring our Transaction Tax practice to new heights.”

“I am excited to be part of Ryan Law, a firm that champions taxpayers’ rights and ensures they pay only the legally due state tax. My aim is to secure more victories for taxpayers and expand our practice group’s capabilities, making us the top choice for any sales or income tax matter across the U.S.,” shared Danielle.

Danielle has been recognized as a leader within the tax profession by Best Lawyers in America, Texas Super Lawyers, and Austin Monthly. She also frequently writes and speaks on state tax topics, contributing to programming for respected institutions, such as the Institute for Professionals in Taxation, the Council on State Taxation, the State Bar of Texas, and the University of Texas. Danielle received her Juris Doctorate from Baylor Law School and holds a dual Bachelor of Arts with honors from the University of Texas. She is a past President of the Travis County Women Lawyer’s Association and former co-chair of the Austin Bar Association’s Lawyer Wellbeing Committee. Ms. Ahlrich is also an active member of the Robert W. Calvert American Inn of Court, which fosters civility within the legal profession.