Faust has advised his clients on the Federal income tax aspects of tax-exempt and tax credit bond financing transactions for, among others, multi-family residential rental; single-family loan programs; senior living facilities; governmental general obligation bonds; governmental grant programs, including housing grant programs; extraordinary working capital deficits; primary, secondary and higher education facilities; healthcare facilities; transportation facilities; utility facilities; and venue projects.
Faust has represented numerous issuers before the Internal Revenue Service in connection with audits and voluntary settlements, as well as in connection with self-correcting remedial actions. He has also assisted numerous issuer clients in the establishment and development of written post-issuance tax compliance policies and procedures.
- National Association of Bond Lawyers
- American Bar Association, (Committee on Tax-Exempt Financing, Section of Taxation)
- State Bar of Texas, (Tax Section)
Recent News & Publications
- Hawkins is pleased to announce a new partner
Hawkins Delafield & Wood LLP is pleased to announce that Faust Bowerman has joined the firm on May 1, 2009.…