The intersection of charitable giving and exempt financing is rich and complex territory, requiring educated, smart and sensitive counsel. Our attorneys are among the best in the business.
We represent numerous museums, colleges and universities, hospitals and community foundations on all aspects of their charitable giving, from restricted gifts to complex planned giving. And we support these capabilities with our extensive knowledge around the investment of charitable assets.
As counsel in complex structured transactions, we focus on maintaining the integrity of the tax exemption on the bonds being issued. Our lawyers are often involved in deals that develop tax structures that preserve the borrower’s endowment without yield restricting its investments.
Hearst Television | January 01, 2018
Washington DC M&A and corporate transactions partner Ken Silverberg is interviewed in this news segment about how the new tax plan may affect charitable giving.
Rochester Business Journal | December 15, 2017
Rochester private equity and investment funds partner Jeremy Wolk, M&A and corporate transactions counsel Anita Pelletier and Washington DC M&A and corporate transactions partner Mike Cooney authored this column about the impact of U.S. tax reform on nonprofits.
Reuters | September 21, 2017
Nixon Peabody’s Arts and Cultural Institutions team, led by Los Angeles partners Thad Stauber and Sarah André secured a legal victory on behalf of The National Gallery in London in a lawsuit regarding the Gallery's Henri Matisse painting "Portrait of Greta Moll” (1908). Sarah is quoted in this article about the case.
The Bond Buyer | August 18, 2017
This coverage notes Nixon Peabody’s jump from ninth to fourth place in Thomson Reuters’ list of top bond counsel for Northeast bond issuance for the first half of 2017.