Katie Day focuses her practice on federal and state income taxation of corporate, flow-through, and tax-exempt entities, as well as individuals. Katie represents developers, syndicators, and investors in federal and state tax credit transactions, including low-income housing tax credits, historic, and new markets tax credits. Katie co-chairs the historic tax credit group at Klein Hornig and has significant experience in state tax credits. Katie also has extensive experience representing non-pro‑t organizations and is well-versed in the law of tax-exempt organizations.
Eric Herrmann focuses his practice on closing transactions involving low-income housing tax credits, tax-exempt bonds, preservation of expiring use properties, FHA-insured loans, and public housing/mixed finance development. He has advised nonprofit and for-pro‑t developers across the country on the acquisition, development, and operation of affordable multifamily housing. Eric’s experience includes transferring project-based Section 8 HAP contracts, refinancing Section 202 loans, combining short-term tax exempt bonds with FHA-insured loans, mixed-use development, and energy tax credit financing.