Baker Tilly’s podcast series specifically for professionals in the multifamily housing industry
Over the next five years approximately 635,000 low-income multifamily housing units will reach Year 15. To date, this is the most in the history of the low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) preservation program (Year 15). As you approach your 15-year compliance period, specialized disputes involve extremely complicated transactions, new and existing parties, and parties whose objectives have changed since inception of the partnership. Guest and trial lawyer David Davenport speaks with Don Bernards and Garrick Gibson on signs of dispute, where disputes may arise and language you should focus on when drafting buy-out sections.
David Davenport, Shareholder and Trial Lawyer at Winthrop & Weinstine
David Davenport has been at the forefront of low-income housing tax credit case law, litigating for general and managing partners in disputes in more than 40 cases and involving more than 100 LIHTC developments. He frequently participates on industry panels and presentations, as well as provides training to clients and their staff on various Year 15 subjects.