10:00 – 11:00 am EST
McDermott Will & Emery is pleased to invite you to a complimentary webcast focused on the ramifications of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit's ruling in Historic Boardwalk Hall. This ruling disallowed a commonly used partnership structure for the syndication of tax credits, finding it to be an impermissible transfer of credits to the taxpayer. Historic Boardwalk Hall should prompt tax advisors and investors to re-evaluate their current deal terms and deal structures. The case may have broad ramifications on the future of historic tax credit (HTC) transactions, as well as the affordable housing tax credit and renewable energy tax credit.
Our experienced panel of well-known tax lawyers will provide an overview of the HTC, the impact of Historic Boardwalk Hall on current deal terms and structures, and combining HTCs with other tax credit programs. The panel will also discuss best practices for structuring projects to ensure compliance with Internal Revenue Service program requirements.
Thomas Borders, Partner
John Lutz, Partner
Philip Tingle, Partner
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CLE credit for the live presentation of this program is pending in the following states: California, Illinois, New York and Texas. A Uniform Certificate of Attendance will be made available to participants requesting CLE credit in all other states. Please note that in accordance with applicable state MCLE rules regarding attendance validation, each attendee seeking credit must log in to the webinar individually. Credit will not be granted for multiple attendees using one log in. Please be advised that CLE credit will not be approved for on demand/recorded viewings of this program in the states listed above. Attendees seeking credit in other states should consult their state CLE accrediting agency to determine whether self-study credit can be earned for on demand/recorded viewing of this program.