Daniel Ingersoll is a corporate and transactional business law attorney. He represents businesses and the individuals behind those businesses in all aspects of planning and operations.

Specifically, his practice expertise focuses on mergers and acquisitions, capital raising (equity and debt structured transactions), executive equity incentive compensation, business entity formation and growth, business succession planning, corporate partnering transactions, and all nature of general corporate and tax law issues as arise in the operation of a business.  He brings particular expertise in sectors such as government contracts, general and specialty trade construction, technology, commercial consulting services, hospitality, and more.  Having worked with businesses of vastly disparate revenue sizes and in vastly different stages of the corporate life cycle, Mr. Ingersoll seeks to take a holistic view of the business and work together with its owners to achieve profitable and successful outcomes.

Mr. Ingersoll has been named among Virginia’s Legal Elite in the areas of Corporate Counsel and Business Law by Virginia Business magazine and has been recognized by his peers as a Super Lawyer in Mergers and Acquisitions in Virginia and Washington, D.C..  He received a Securities and Financial Regulation LLM degree from Georgetown University, a Juris Doctorate legal degree from the University of Richmond, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in English at the University of Virginia.

Practice Focus

  •  Corporate Law
  •  Mergers & Acquisitions
  •  Securities

  •  Tax Law
  •  Tax & Finance: Business


  • New Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Rules Open Up Crowdfunding Opportunities Amongst Accredited Investors ( July 24, 2013 )
  • Traps and Concerns in Using Intentionally Defective Grantor Trusts ( August 23, 2012 )