We’ve worked on more than 900 low-income housing projects in over 45 states since we began working on HUD-financed projects over 40 years ago.
We work with banks, institutional and DUS lenders, and health care financing companies in the negotiation and documentation of a wide variety of loan and credit facilities.
We represent individual and corporate clients in a variety of business and financial transactions.
We represent banks, institutional lenders, receivers, commercial landlords, municipalities, and other parties in loan workouts, recovery of collateral and assets, bankruptcy litigation, and other financial disputes.
Our education law practice began in the 1960s, and has grown to include almost 100 private elementary and secondary schools, colleges, and universities throughout Maryland.
For decades, we’ve been helping a range of large and small clients and institutions navigate employment laws and regulations.
We provide a broad range of general tax services to clients of all types and sizes.
In the past 50 years, we’ve represented a variety of tax-exempt and for-profit health care organizations. We’re proud of our role in shaping health care in Maryland.
Our talented team is dedicated to helping clients achieve their goals in zoning and land use.
Our litigation team is made of skilled problem-solvers. We are dedicated to solving problems for our clients on their terms, and we take pride in their success.
We concentrate on financings for healthcare, educational, and multifamily housing facilities and have experience serving clients in a variety of roles.
We work with lenders, real estate developers, equity investors, health systems, colleges, universities, and others to achieve their goals.
We advise lenders, investors, developers, owners, customers, and renewable energy project operators on finance, development, tax credit, and related matters.
We represent tax credit investors, syndicators, and developers on a variety of tax credit transactions
For more than 50 years, we’ve served the legal needs of tax-exempt organizations in the housing development, education, health care, human services, and religious sectors.