Christopher McLoon is a transactional tax and business lawyer who enjoys helping clients achieve optimal business and investment results. He likes being a counselor, responsible for presenting issues and solutions in terms that lay a path for informed dialogue and good business and investment decisions. He especially appreciates working with real estate developers and investors who share his passion for creating vibrant places that create, improve, or enhance thriving communities.
Because he enjoys helping developers do great things for communities, Chris is thrilled to work in the firm’s Affordable Housing and Community Development Practice. This practice group has talented business, tax, real estate and commercial finance professionals. They have counseled real estate developers, investors, and lenders on many projects throughout New England generating low income tax credits, historic tax credits, and new markets tax credits.
Chris also works on tax and business law policy. He contributed to several responses of the ABA Tax Section to proposed tax guidance from the Department of Treasury. He was the principal author of the Tax Section’s comments to a notice about proposed regulations on “assets-over” partnership mergers. For his efforts and leadership qualities, the ABA Tax Section awarded Chris a Nolan Fellowship in 2004.