Milton S. Wakschlag has practiced as a municipal bond tax lawyer for more than 34 years. He concentrates his practice primarily in the areas of tax-exempt bond financing, IRS bond audits and private rulings, public-private partnerships, financial derivatives, workouts and arbitrage rebate. Milton provides counsel on the tax-exempt financing of sustainable and clean energy facilities, health care facilities, airports, affordable housing, assisted living, public power, sports facilities, public infrastructure, community development projects including tax increment financings (TIFs), and waste disposal facilities.
Over the course of his career Milton has held numerous professional leadership and faculty positions, including serving as chairman of the Tax-Exempt Financing Committee of the American Bar Association Section of Taxation, a member of the Steering Committee of the National Association of Bond Lawyers Bond Attorneys’ Workshop, a principal faculty member for the Government Finance Officers Association’s national training seminar “Understanding and Calculating Arbitrage Rebate,” co-chair of The Bond Buyer’s Ninth Annual Midwest Public Finance Conference and chairman of the Center for Business Intelligence’s national conference “Stadium Development.”
Articles in the National Law Review database by Milton S. Wakschlag