Experienced tax attorney Nick Kappas has rejoined Thompson Coburn as a partner. Nick was previously a partner with Dentons US LLP in St. Louis, and before that spent a decade at Thompson Coburn as an associate and partner.
Nick represents clients on tax credit transactions involving new markets, historic rehabilitation and low-income housing tax credits, as well as on related federal and state tax matters, including tax credit syndication and tax-exempt organizations.
“We’re thrilled to welcome back Nick and put his 20 years of experience to work with our national tax practice,” said Ed Buchholz, chair of Thompson Coburn’s Tax practice. “Nick has a keen eye for detail and a wealth of experience in the type of complex financing transactions and tax questions we handle for clients across the country. He’s a wonderful asset for our group.”
“I’m delighted to rejoin my colleagues at Thompson Coburn,” said Nick. “The Firm has a fantastic tradition of collaboration and I look forward to working across our practice areas to help our clients navigate business-critical tax issues.”
Nick has substantial experience in federal tax matters in the area of tax-exempt bond financing for state and local governments, and he regularly participates in tax-exempt and taxable municipal financings, including general obligation, revenue, leasehold revenue, and private activity bonds. He has represented bond issuers and underwriters in connection with new money bonds, refunding bonds, conduit financings, and taxable or tax credit bonds. Nick also advises clients on key tax issues pertaining to tax-exempt or taxable bond financings and strives to provide creative, practical solutions to ensure a successful transaction.
Nick earned an LL.M. in Taxation from Washington University in St. Louis School of Law. He obtained his J.D. from New York Law School and has a B.A. from Colgate University.
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