Amy represents lenders, investors, syndicators and developers in structuring and closing new construction and rehabilitation deals involving state and federal low-income housing tax credits, historic rehabilitation tax credits, new markets tax credits and multiple layers of financing, including federal, state and local loan and grant programs. Amy’s practice includes assisting clients with the asset management and servicing of their real estate and tax credit portfolios, including investor exits, refinancings, restructurings, and dispositions. Amy also has experience working with non-profit organizations on formation, tax-exemption, governance and community development issues.
American Bar Association, Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law; Kentucky Bar Association; Louisville Bar Association; Urban Land Institute
JD, Duke University School of Law; B.A., Indiana University, Bloomington