While he has advised clients in many aspects of federal and state taxation, Brandon’s practice currently focuses on partnership taxation and the representation of lenders and investors in connection with affordable housing transactions using tax credits under Section 42 and 47 of the Internal Revenue Code and housing and historic state tax credits, tax-exempt bonds, tax-exempt loans, MTEBs, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac debt, HOME loans, HUD, RAD, AHP grants or loans, USDA/RD loans, and other financing sources.
Brandon has also represented clients in matters before the Internal Revenue Service and the Alabama Department of Revenue. He has represented clients in tax and real estate cases in the US District Court, Alabama state courts and the Alabama Supreme Court. He has also advised businesses on tax and corporate business formation, acquisitions, mergers and dispositions.
Prior to joining Jones Walker, Brandon was a partner at the Birmingham, Alabama, law firm Liles & Rushin, a boutique law firm focused on representing lenders and investors in affordable housing transactions around the country. Before joining Liles & Rushin, Brandon practiced at the Mobile, Alabama, firm Armbrecht Jackson focusing on taxation, real estate, oil and gas, business organizations, estate planning, and trust and estate administration. He also served as an adjunct professor at the University of Mobile in 2012, teaching Advanced Federal Taxation
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