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ROBERT DALLMAN, American Lawyer, Partner of REINHART, BOERNER, VAN DEUREN, NORRIS & RIESELBACH, S.C., specializing in the field of General Practice. Litigation, Corporation, Securities, Real Estate, Taxation, Banking, Bankruptcy, Estate Planning, Probate. Labor, Admiralty, Employee Benefits, Environmental Law.


DALLMAN, ROBERT was born on April 16, 1947 in Shawano, Wisconsin, United States.


Valparaiso University (Bachelor of Arts, 1970). University of Kansas (Juris Doctor, 1973). Georgetown University (Master of Laws in Taxation, 1977).


Working as a partner of REINHART, BOERNER, VAN DEUREN, NORRIS & RIESELBACH, S.C. Admitted to the bar, 1973, Kansas and United States. Tax Court; 1978, United States. Supreme Court; 1980, Wisconsin.


  • Other Work

    • Income Tax Consequences of Net Gifts," 59 Taxes 275 (1981). "Satisfying the ‘Exchange’Requirement in Simultaneous and Multiparty 1031 Deals,” 56 Journal of Taxation 74 (1982). "Assess the Risks of Tax Shelters," Wisconsin Business Journal, December (1984).

      Co-Author: "Tax Planning for Real Estate Transactions," Prentice-Hall, 1983. "Using Grantor Trusts to Avoid Partnership Problems in Equipment Leasing Tax Shelters," 60 Journal of Taxation 220, 1984. Instructor, Corporate Tax Planning, Graduate Tax Program, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

      Consultant to Chief Counsel, Internal Revenue Service, 1980. Chief Counsel, Internal Revenue Service. Washington, D.C., 1973-1977.

      Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1977-1980.


Milwaukee and American Bar Associations. State Bar of Wisconsin. Tax Litigation (Civil and Criminal) and Tax and Business Planning.