Brian spends the majority of his practice representing for-profit and non-profit owners, developers, investors, lenders and community development entities in a wide range of development transactions utilizing low income housing tax credits, historic tax credits, new markets tax credits, renewable energy tax credits, tax exempt bond financing and many other forms of development finance incentives.
In addition to development finance, Brian’s practice involves assisting clients in all forms of commercial real estate transactions, including sale and purchase, leasing, section 1031 tax free exchanges and real estate work-outs.
Brian’s tax expertise involves a wide range of federal and state income tax planning and transaction structuring, with a specialization in partnership taxation. Brian’s tax planning focuses on understanding his clients’ business goals and providing creative solutions to achieve the most advantageous tax treatment for his clients.
Brian also has significant experience in representing all types of charitable organizations in corporate and tax planning at various stages of their life cycle.