Keith Hagan

Keith Hagan, a member of Dickinson Wright’s Fort Lauderdale office, provides practical tax and commercial advice for cross-border and domestic transactions involving development and infrastructure projects, public M&A, and private equity. He has experience in federal tax incentives, including qualified opportunity funds (QOFs), energy production tax credits, investment tax credits, and qualified small business stock (QSBS).

Keith has advised joint ventures, public and private companies, REITs, private equity funds, and venture capital funds, both onshore and offshore, on various issues under Subchapters K and C of the Internal Revenue Code.

Outside of his work at the firm, Keith serves as an adjunct professor of Inbound International Taxation at the University of Miami Law School’s Graduate Tax Program.

Education & Credentials


Vanderbilt University Law School

J.D., 2014

University of Florida

L.L.M., 2015

Georgia Institute of Technology

M.S., 2009

Bar Admission

  • Florida

Spoken Languages

  • Spanish


  • Best Lawyers
    • "Ones to Watch," Tax Law, Miami, 2021-2024

Prominent Assignments

  • Represented a Fortune 100 company in matters related to its digital economy and cloud computing platform.
  • Advised on a 10-figure cross-border de-SPAC acquisition of an EMEA agricultural technology group.
  • Assisted a wind developer in financing 300 MW, 200 MW, and 1000 MW wind projects in Oklahoma, qualifying for production tax credits.
  • Guided a tax equity investor in financing a 180 MW wind project in Texas, qualifying for production tax credits.
  • Represented a developer in privatizing a community-owned utility’s nuclear project in Florida, financed with Build America Bonds and eligible for production tax credits.
  • Counseled a $300 million qualified opportunity fund investing in healthcare practice management.
  • Advised a $500 million qualified opportunity fund acting as a venture capital incubator for start-ups.
  • Provided extensive counsel to clients on various domestic and cross-border restructuring and M&A transactions.

Community Involvement

  • Adjunct Professor, Inbound International Taxation, University of Miami School of Law

Court Admissions

  • US Tax Court


Co-Chair, “Financing and Investing in Energy, Critical Minerals, and Renewables in the Americas,” 16th Annual U.S. and Latin America Tax Practice Trends, American Bar Association’s Tax Section, June 2024
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