Daniel A. Weiss has over 26 years property tax experience. Mr. Weiss represented the taxing authorities in administrative matters, litigation and appeals between 1981 and 1995 as a Miami-Dade Assistant Attorney; served as Legal Special Master for the Miami-Dade County Value Adjustment Board from 1999-2000, and has represented municipalities and taxpayers in tax assessment, classification, exemption and collection matters since 1997.
Mr. Weiss has more than 70 published opinions to his credit including 55 property tax opinions, is co-author of Chapter 64 of the Florida Tax Service 2d, "Agriculture and Other Classified Properties" with Matthew Bender, and a lecturer on property taxation for the National Business Institute.
In Florida Trend magazine’s “Legal Elite” issue, July 2004, Mr. Weiss was selected by his peers as one of the top 30 government lawyers in the State of Florida.
Daniel A. Weiss leads the National Business Institute’s Seminar
"Strategies for Overcoming Property Tax Law Challenges in Florida"
in Miami, September 27, 2004.