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  1. Construction: 40%
    20 years
  2. Residential Real Estate: 30%
    22 years
  3. Administrative Law: 30%
    20 years

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Hourly ($275-320/hour), Free consultation (20 minutes)

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Reno & Cavanaugh PLLC
455 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 400
Washington, DC, 20001

455 Massachusetts Avenue Nw
Suite 400
Washington, DC, 20001

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License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
DCActive 199707/10/2016
NJActive199606/25/2016
PAActive199604/02/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Associations
Association namePosition nameDuration
ABA Forum on Affordable Housing & Community Development LawGoverning Committee2008 - Present
National Association of Housing & Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO)Member2002 - Present
Publications
Publication nameTitleDate
Bennett L. Hecht 3rd ed.Sources of Capital: Public Housing Funds2006
Deborah Ballati ed.,Mixed Finance Development: Privatizing Public Housing Through Public/Private Development Partnerships2001
Bennett L. Hecht 2d ed.Sources of Capital: Public Housing Funds1999
Education
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Pennsylvania Law SchoolLawJD - Juris DoctorN/A
University of VirginiaEnglish LiteratureBA - Bachelor of ArtsN/A
University of VirginiaRhetoric Communication StudiesBA - Bachelor of ArtsN/A
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
HUD Maximizing Leverage ConferenceLions and Tigers and Bears...Oh My!: Legal Issues for PHAs, Affiliates and Instrumentalities2006
Housing Development Law InstituteOperating Subsidy and Mixed-Finance Transactions: Emerging Implications of the Operating Fund Rule2006
Tennessee Association of Housing and Redevelopment AuthoritiesBasics of Capital Fund Financing2006
ABA Forum on Affordable Housing and Community DevelopmentView from the Outside: Leveraging the Edgewood Project at HUD/Private Bar Panel on Leveraging for Assisted Housing2005
ABA ForumStructuring Transactions with Affiliates: Use of Public Housing Affiliates in Affordable Housing Deals — Pitfalls for the Unwary2005
Senior Staff, Memphis Housing AuthorityMixed-Finance Development: New Ways to Develop and Own Public Housing2005
ABA Forum on Affordable Housing and Community DevelopmentManaging the Mixed-Income Social Environment, a panel discussing Balancing the Rights of Individual Tenants and the Larger Community2005
Housing and Development Law InstituteProcurement2002
Housing Development Law InstituteDeveloping Without HOPE VI: Subsidy Only Transactions2000
Virginia NAHROMixed-Income Communities Involving Public Housing: Legal Concerns and Considerations1998
1995 Annual Law and Society AssociationPeer Group Lending: Using Community Norms to Achieve Minimal Default Rate on Loans to the Poor Markets, Institutions, and Private Governance1995