Tax Reform: The Threat of Annihilation of Tax Exempt Financing
Date: November 6, 2017
Time: 7:00AM - 8:00AM
On November 2, 2017, the Republican leadership of the U.S. House released a tax reform bill that has the potential to eliminate, effective January 1, 2018, tax-exempt bond financing for nonprofits, housing, student loans, and industrial development (so-called “private activity bonds”), as well as restricting tax-exempt bond financing by state and local governments. Join uniquely qualified governmental, bond, and legislative counsel for insight on these changes, the prospects for enactment of such legislation, and how participants in tax-exempt financings can respond to this disruptive development.
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Meghan B. Burke
Meghan B. Burke leads Mintz's Public Finance Practice, serving as bond counsel and advising underwriters, borrowers, trustees, and purchasers in tax-exempt and taxable general obligation and revenue financings. Meghan handles matters related to transportation, education, health care, and other areas.
Charles A. Samuels
Charles A. Samuels is an antitrust and regulatory lawyer at Mintz. He assists clients with consumer product safety, product recalls and environmental regulations. and Chuck also serves as general counsel to many trade associations. Chuck represents clients before federal agencies like the Consumer Product Safety Commission.