Klein Hornig Attorneys Present at 2017 ABA Forum

From 24-26, 2017, Klein Hornig attorneys attended the 26th Annual ABA Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law in Washington, DC.

Boston partner, Henry Korman participated on the panel entitled, “Targeted Populations in Affordable Housing Developments.” The panel focused on identity-based housing issues with specific emphasis on the legal concerns/constraints in developing housing targeted at specific groups including LGBT, gender-specific housing, intergenerational housing, and supportive housing for people with specific disabilities.

Fellow Boston partner, Katie Day participated on the panel entitled, “LIHTC Compliance after the Compliance Period: Once the Credits are Gone.” This panel focused on the compliance obligations of LIHTC projects during the “extended use period.” The panel also discussed policy considerations regarding long-term preservation of affordable LIHTC developments, the ability of state housing credit agencies to modify extended use agreements, and how the qualified contract fits within this policy.

For more information on the 26th Annual ABA Forum, please click here.