Prestigious law firm seeking a transactional tax attorney with at least 10 years’ experience to assist and ultimately co-lead their affordable housing practice, which is primarily focused on developer representation. They are looking for someone to work on the non-real estate side of the practice, focusing on review and negotiation of partnership and operating agreements (tax credit syndication with investors, and between co-development partners), procurement of financing assistance from governmental entities including competitive application processes, agreements with housing authorities and governmental agencies, federal income tax structuring and Section 42 issue resolution, and all other aspects of affordable housing development representation other than real estate. Senior partner is retiring in the near term, so the ideal candidate would be able to deal directly with clients and co-lead the practice with the real estate partner along with the support and assistance of a superior real estate team. Portable book of business not required.
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