Mrs. Carnes practice focuses on project finance, public sector, affordable housing... more
Mrs. Carnes practice focuses on project finance, public sector, affordable housing and community development, taxation, and real estate. She has been involved in the New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) program since its inception, representing Community Development Entities, financial institutions and developers. She has significant experience structuring complex transactions, including real estate t... view profile
Mrs. Reynolds practice focuses on project finance, affordable housing, taxation,... more
Mrs. Reynolds practice focuses on project finance, affordable housing, taxation, public sector and community development law, including the representation of Community Development Entities (CDEs) in connection with the New Markets Tax Credits program. She has also had experience in the area of trust and estates and in representing governmental authorities in the area of eminent domain and redev... view profile
Project finance lawyers deal with large-scale developments, like a gasoline pipeline or a nuclear power generator. Project finance usually involves very large sums of money, with the development's future income used to repay the financing. Project financing can involve multiple banks and lenders, with varying degrees of risk. It is a complicated process, and with so much at stake it must be carefully structured and documented. Project finance lawyers possess a unique blend of finance, business, securities, and insurance law knowledge, and will be very helpful if you are involved in this type of development.