Washington University School of Law,
St. Louis University,
B.A., English, Business, French, 2001
The Bar Association of Metropolitian St. Louis
Illinois State Bar Association
The Missouri Bar
Missouri Bar Taxation Law Committee
Thompson Coburn LLP
Husch Blackwell Sanders LLP
Summers Compton Wells
Missouri Supreme Court
Intern for The Hon. Richard B. Teitelman, 2004
Elizabeth Feldmeir is a partner in the Firm's tax credits practice.
Elizabeth counsels clients on transactions involving new market tax credits, federal and state historic rehabilitation tax credits, federal and state low income housing tax credits, brownfield tax credits and Missouri affordable housing assistance program tax credits. Utilizing her advanced degree in taxation, Elizabeth handles structure transactions, compliance issues, drafting organization and operational documents, opinion issues and facilitating the use, purchase and/or sale of tax credits.
Represented the nation's most active tax credit investor in New Market Tax Credit (NMTC) matters, historic tax credit transactions and exit matters.
Counseled investors, lenders, developers and community development entities in transactions that combine traditional financing with tax incentives in order to finance the expansion of operating businesses and the development of mixed-use real estate, hotels, theatres and commercial developments.
Worked with lenders and borrowers on real estate, construction, cash flow and asset-based loan transactions.
Represented clients during the acquisition, development, construction, sale, leading and management of commercial and multifamily residential property.
Speaker, "Adjusting to Recent Changes from CDFI Fund,"
Novogradac New Markets Tax Credit Conference, San Diego, CA, January 2017
Speaker, "Interpreting and Complying with the New NOAA Language and FAQ Guidance,"
Novogradac New Markets Tax Credit Conference, New Orleans, LA, October 2016
Speaker, "The FAQ that Shook the Industry,"
5th Annual New Markets Tax Credit Summit, Miami, FL, May 2016
Speaker, “Exiting the Deal Part 1: Tips for a Successful Unwind,”
Novogradac New Markets Tax Credit Conference, Chicago, IL, October 2015
Speaker, “Case Study: Twinning Historic Tax Credits and New Market Tax Credits,”
14th Annual Reznick New Markets Tax Credit Summit, Miami, FL, May 2015
Speaker, “New Market Tax Credit Opinion Issues,”
24th Annual American Bar Association Forum on Affordable Housing, Washington, D.C., May 2015
Speaker, “Valuing Operating Businesses,"
Novogradac New Markets Tax Credit Conference, New Orleans, LA, October 2014
Speaker, “Inside the IRS’ Historic Tax Credit Safe Harbor Guidance,”
Novogradac New Markets Tax Credit Conference, San Diego, CA, January 2014
Speaker, “Exit Strategies – Don’t Be Surprised in Year 7,”
Novogradac New Markets Tax Credit Conference, New Orleans, LA, October 2013
Speaker, “Exit Strategies; Novogradac New Markets Tax Credit Conference,”
New Orleans, LA, October 2012
Speaker, “Closing a Deal: 11th Annual Reznick New Markets Tax Credit Summit,”
Miami, FL, April/May 2012
Speaker, “Seeking Real Estate New Markets Tax Credits: Partnering Up,”
Novogradac New Markets Tax Credit Conference, Chicago, IL, October 2011
Speaker, “Negotiating Terms – Finding Common Ground,”
Novogradac New Markets Tax Credit Conference, Boston, MA, October 2008
Speaker and Author, “Real Estate Development From Beginning to End in Missouri,”
St. Louis, MO, May 2006
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